Sunday Tasmanian - - News -

WHEN the State Govern­ment re­fuses to, does not or can­not gov­ern, where do we go?

We have min­is­ters breach­ing codes of con­duct. Noth­ing hap­pens.

We have a cri­sis in the health sys­tem. Noth­ing hap­pens.

We have a com­pletely un­reg­u­lated salmon in­dus­try dec­i­mat­ing marine en­vi­ron­ments and farm­ers be­hav­ing how­ever they choose. Noth­ing hap­pens.

In­stead the “min­is­ter du jour” sim­ply pipes up in the me­dia and tells us ev­ery­thing is OK, there is noth­ing to worry about and we should move on.

The ar­ro­gance of this mob is breath­tak­ing. Gov­er­nance in this state is so poor that if it was a lo­cal govern­ment author­ity the min­is­ter would sack the lot of them and put an ad­min­is­tra­tor in. Who watches over th­ese clowns? Chris Wells Bat­tery Point

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