Good governance not a priority for Palaszczuk Government

The Auditor-General’s report is a damning indictment on the Palaszczuk Government.

The Palaszczuk Government doesn’t consult, doesn’t listen and doesn’t care about delivering for Queenslanders.  

The Auditor-General report paints a picture of a government completely disinterested in the guidance boards should provide to deliver essential services.  

The report proves the Palaszczuk Government is losing control of the basics of good governance and is failing to deliver essential services for Queenslanders. 

The Palaszczuk Government is coming apart at the seams and Queenslanders are the victims. 

Labor doesn’t know how to govern, doesn’t care about the details, can’t delegate, can’t make decisions and has stopped listening.

Because the Palaszczuk Government only cares about how things look instead of actually delivering for Queenslanders critical boards are dysfunctional.

At times critical boards, such as in health, don’t even have a quorum to meet and make key decisions. 

The Labor Government’s priorities are wrong.

The finding by the Auditor-General that the State Government is not evening listening to skills and ability for board appointments is extraordinary. 

In some cases positions for boards aren’t even advertised. 

After three decades of Labor, positions across government are no longer about what you know, but who you know.  

If advice isn’t coming from their mates, they’re not interested.

Premier Palaszczuk’s Government can’t plan or deliver essential services.

Premier Palaszczuk’s Government is the biggest business in Queensland, but if any other business was run like them, they’d be flat broke. 

Queenslanders deserve better than this. 

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