Public concerns about Prime Minister Henry Puna travelling too much and enjoying the limelight is a reflection of this governments poor leadership and lack of vision for the country, a smoke signaller writes. Sadly this joyride will continue until about six months out from the next elections. Besides the golf in Noumea, could the PM tell the people what was the result of his meeting with President Sarkozy? Then off he goes to the Gold Coast for a private party, then to the Rugby World Cup party. What a cozy job as PM of a struggling nation. Mark Browns credentials as Minister of Finance are also in question, even if he has an MBA. Poor decisions by the minister shows that he has followed party lines for his tax and CISNOC bailout and has the mob syndrome in deciding his poor policies, rather than on intelligent, informed, researched and practical solutions. This Brown tax is going to fund more travel for MPs as the MPs travel budget for the year is blown. This is wasting the peoples money and is unacceptable. What are the CIP supporters doing about this mess? Sadly its not your money, but all of us.
COOK ISLANDS: Lacking leadership, vision and direction
Posted on 7 September, 2011