Blowing the Whistle on the Whistle-Blowers Act

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5 Responses to Blowing the Whistle on the Whistle-Blowers Act

  1. Please feel free to comment…I always appreciate feedback!

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you for your much needed critical views. It is quite funny that the F word on this Island is “Farce” and must never be used to describe governance though it is the politest way to tell what it is.

  2. Charles McDonald says:

    Bottom line: Report any wrong doing and probably be removed from your job!

  3. I agree with every thing you say Kevin about this subject too bad the majority of Islanders still embrace the idea of continuing on the road to maintaining the status quo at their own peril. Never seems to amaze me as to how much they overlook whenever a election is called. They don’t seem to care how much money is wasted by poor decisions made by the ruling party or the lack of respect for the ordinary Islander, or even the lack of transparency they engage in just as long as their party wins. Don’t they realize that things can’t get better by making the same mistakes over and over again. I often wonder what exactly it would take before the light bulb turns on.

  4. Philip Brown says:

    This legislation is so poorly written Kevin, the deputy ministers serve at the pleasure of the Premier, they do whatever they must to protect the government and carry out the political wishes of their ultimate Master. This law is not worth the powder it would take to blow it up.

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