The state government is continuing to hammer the opposition over its attempts to do a deal with Labor or the Greens to form minority government post the uncertain 2010 election result.
The government is moving to suspend the normal Parliament agenda to bring on a debate about alleged meetings between senior Liberal and Greens MHAs, as well as a phone call between the Liberals' senior advisor Don Morris and Labor former Premier David Bartlett's chief of staff Terry Field.
Deputy Premier Bryan Green read out a statutory declaration from Mr Field explaining Mr Morris request that Labor provide support for a Liberal minority government in the form of "supply and confidence".
Opposition Leader Will Hodgman described the tactic as a "desperate attempt to distract" from the issues of the day such as high unemployment.
Mr Hodgman last week admitted there were discussions between Liberals and the Greens at the time but said they occurred because the Greens were desperate to do a deal.
He again ruled out forming a minority government post next year's election.