Good leadership

 Brisbane Times

Day after the election. Sack a public servant.

The LNP leader, who participated in initial meetings at the Executive Building this morning, confirmed he had asked the director general of the Department of Premier and Cabinet, John Bradley, to stand down to help deliver a clean start.


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  • I can hear the broom sweepin’ and I don’t think it’s anywhere near finished…..

  • johnbronkhorst

    Maybe McCullay should have done that in MFAT. Afterall where does he think all these leaks to the labour party come from? Could be all the pro labour idiots that they hired while they were in office????

  • I think it’s a result of public servants suddenly thinking – why should we be loyal and neutral these days when our politicians are so directly involved in the day to day running of their departments – read political interference.

    • johnbronkhorst

      Simple neil…….They need to be loyal…because that was the job they signed up for..Loyalty and nuetrality!!!!If you don’t like it….QUIT. This goes for no matter who is in office!!!

  • Gryfon

    Don’t expect wholesale sackings.  From today’s The Australian

    While Mr Newman has said there will be no purge of the public service,
    he revealed he had asked Department of Premier and Cabinet
    director-general John Bradley to stand aside. Those tipped to follow him
    out the door include veteran under-treasurer Gerard Bradley (no
    relation) and Jim Reeves, head of the mega-Department of Environment
    and Resource Management set to be broken up by Mr Newman.