Thank goodness for ‘day of reckoning’ on May 14
B.C.’s Information and Privacy Commissioner has raised concerns about the lack of record-keeping in Premier Christy Clark’s office. The commissioner found Clark’s office failed to find records for 45 per cent of Freedom of Information requests, the highest level of any government department.
Obviously Clark prefers to run government business orally so there are no (potentially) incriminating paper trails.
How many examples of incompetence and mismanagement do the members of the B.C. Liberal party need before they admit the job of premier is beyond Clark’s (ethical) capacity?
The Peter Principle is a belief that individuals eventually get promoted beyond their level of ability.
The Christy Principle appears to be a belief that promoting fawning toadies will shield her from political accountability.
Thank goodness a day of reckoning is coming on May 14.