Vaughn Palmer of The Vancouver Sun notes that Christy Clark has not been truthful in discussing the affair.
" 'Our review immediately began and that review followed the processes that are set out and laid down by B.C.’s Public Service Agency,' she told reporters after the news broke on Sept. 24. 'All of the procedures were absolutely followed.'We've seen previously that senior bureaucrats who are loyal to the Liberals gain generous rewards. Lynda Tarras, she who handled a difficult personnel issue without a single written record, is one of the lucky few. In a time of supposed restraint, her salary has been growing steadily. The graph below does not reflect Tarras' expense claims, which have recently averaged about $1,000 a month.
"Really? Agency procedures are posted in detail on the government website. The emphasis is on putting things in writing, particularly regarding matters serious enough to warrant a resignation, as did this one. Not much about the word-of-mouth option..."
According to a recent survey, two-thirds of British Columbians do not approve of Premier Photo Op's performance as Premier. The other one-third does not follow politics.
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