Fall Session Victory!

On Sunday, I called on Premier-elect Redford to reverse her position and allow a fall session of the Alberta Legislature. Today, following the Tory caucus meeting, it was announced that the fall session was back on.

This morning, I pointed out that Ken Hughes was in a conflict of interest as Chairman of the Alberta Health Services because he accepted a position on Alison Redford’s transition team. Within hours, he announced he would step aside from AHS.

I welcome both decisions. They are evidence that the Alberta NDP’s constructive approach to opposition is already paying dividends.

About brianmasonndp

I am the MLA for Edmonton Highlands-Norwood.
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  1. Pingback: why early opposition attacks on alison redford will backfire. | daveberta.ca - Alberta politics blog

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