More than 30,000 households across Tasmania will receive "pledge cards" from state Labor vowing that the party will never again govern with the Greens - a move described by one political analyst as "outdated" and a "posturing exercise".
The flyers feature an image of Opposition Leader Rebecca White and declare that "at the next election, Labor will govern alone or not at all".
They are authorised by Stuart Benson, state secretary of the Tasmanian Labor Party, who says Labor is campaigning for majority government and wouldn't countenance doing another deal with the Greens.
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"The Greens are a handbrake to jobs and Labor has a clear focus on jobs," Mr Benson said.
"The Greens don't need to consider the majority of Tasmanians when they make policy. This is because they will never form government and will never have to make real-world policies."
Greens MPs served in a Labor Cabinet under former premiers David Bartlett and Lara Giddings for four years, after a hung parliament was returned at the 2010 state election.
Responding to the flyer via her Facebook page, Greens leader Cassy O'Connor said she didn't agree with Labor regarding power-sharing arrangements.
"We're very much open to working with you to make our shared island home a kinder, fairer, and greener place," she wrote.
Political analyst Richard Herr wasn't sure the public would "buy" Labor's message. "It's an outdated notion of what government requires," he said, pointing to the recent example of popular New Zealand Labor leader Jacinda Ardern governing successfully in minority.
"It's simply a posturing exercise to try and say somehow we regret the past instead of embracing all of the wonderful things they achieved with the Greens."
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