Is “proven ability to falsify documents”a required skill to be a senior bureaucrat in the MacLauchlan government?

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  1. Ivor Sargent says:

    The answer to your lead question reminds me of the old riddle “Why does a dog lick it’s balls?”
    – “Because it can”

    The Globe and Mail conducted an investigation into the PEI eGaming scandal and pin-pointed the situation as follows:”GOVERNMENT OPERATES WITH MINIMAL SCRUTINY”. There is literally nothing to stop the provincial government from acting like the Mafia.
    See excerpt below
    “The strange saga of how Canada’s tiniest province tried to become an international gambling centre played out largely in secret over the past five years.
    PEI’s foray into eGaming has laid bare the overlapping world of business, politics and personal investment in a province of just 145,000 people, where six degrees of separation is more like two, nearly everyone knows someone in power and and government operates with minimal scrutiny.
    The fact that the plan was illegal – and had elsewhere been used by the Mafia – is one of this story’s more mundane details.”
    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/small-island-big-bet-how-pei-lost-its-online-gambling-gamble/article23237214/

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