Standardising 1-building the three new private schools will sabotage future governmental schools. 2- The government has made no public announcements on the approvals. 3- Vast sums of public money will be spent to build these pervade schools. 4- The ministers action contradicts the governments long-term policy to reduce excess school capacity in the region (belconen) . 5- the distressing closure of Flynn primary school in 2006 (belconen) . 6- Statistics show that continued growth on enrolments in belconen region . 7- Ms Burch provided limited grounds on which the application could be refused 8-there is 2000 schools in belconen. (Nearly) 9- Population growth in belconen to 2021 = + 0.3/year compared too ACT of 1.4%/year. Major sub conclusions: 10- the government does things without information the public of its decisions . 11- Regardless of the new schools being approved, Mr Burch assured that surroundings government schools wont suffer as the government will continue funding their purpose. Major conclusion: 12- The three private schools should not be approved. (1, 2, 3, 4, 5,). Evaluating the argument and truth claims: There is no reason to believe the premises are not true , the premises successfully lead to the next one , making the conclusion true . (Each confirms the one before it).