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Construction workers on the Perth to Mandurah railway are threatening to protest if the Western Australian Planning and Infrastructure Minister Alannah MacTiernan does not agree to a face-to-face meeting with them.
The workers attended a mass meeting this morning, at which they demanded Ms MacTiernan agree to visit the site to talk to them about delays on the project.
The Minister says industrial and technical problems have put the project four months behind schedule.
But workers say they are not to blame.
The assistant state secretary of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, Joe McDonald, says Ms MacTiernan has been given a week to agree to the meeting.
"They've had enough. They are not responsible for the cock-ups on this job," he said.
"They've had enough and if she doesn't come down and stand on the stump like she's been invited twice, they're going up to her."
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