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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

March 23, 2016


For Immediate Release


Ball Government’s Thin 100-Day Report Highlights Lack of Action


Paul Davis, Leader of the Official Opposition, commented that the Ball Government’s 100-day report is incredibly thin – just 11 items. Five of those were attending meetings or events. The report notes ‘participating, introducing, chairing, releasing, launching, maintaining and supporting,’ and highlights the lack of leadership and action of the Liberal administration in the first 100 days in office.


The report claimed as accomplishments:


the annual fall fiscal update


the annual pre-budget consultations


end-of-year fiscal measures in the face of dropping oil revenue


freezing grants for community groups


another review of Muskrat Falls, and


a flawed bill for an independent appointments commission that isn’t independent and can’t appoint.


“It is concerning that the Ball administration has little to highlight in their 100 days in office. Where is the Liberal plan? Where is the action on the economic LEAP plan they promised to release last fall? Where is the lobbying of Ottawa for stabilization, equalization or other relief in the face of a massive oil revenue drop? Where is their action to deal with the deficit? Where are the signs that they are acting on the many other items they promised in their red book?” asked Davis.


The full text of the Ball Government’s specific accomplishments can be found at http://www.premier.gov.nl.ca/premier/hundred.html


In comparison, a copy of the Paul Davis report on his first 120 days as Premier can be found at http://www.releases.gov.nl.ca/releases/2015/exec/0130n06_report.pdf




Media Contact:


Heather MacLean,


Director of Communications,


Office of the Official Opposition


(709) 729 6105,




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