KATTER'S Australian Party wants a slice of the $3.3 million given to Labor to run the opposition.
One of KAP's only two sitting MPs, Rob Katter, said that it was madness for all opposition resources to be granted to the Labor Party.
He wants Queensland Premier Campbell Newman to intervene and redirect some of the money allocated to Labor to KAP and called for an urgent review into funding allocation.
He said KAP had a right to a proportionate part of the funding because it is impossible for Labor MPs to run an effective opposition and KAP will have to pick up the slack.
He said that there were only 11 non-government MPs and they will be forced to sit on 22 parliamentary committees that look at legislation, therefore KAP MPs would take on at least two committees each to help out Labor.
Also, Labor didn't have any MPs from rural areas and their voices need representation from the opposition benches.
"Any common sense person would see that the current arrangement is inequitable and will not provide for a robust opposition," he said in a statement.
"Queensland is also the only state without the scrutiny an upper house provides so it is critically important that non-government MPs are properly resourced."