Nunavut politicians admonish ministers for not providing clear, prompt answers
Nunavut politicians admonish ministers for not providing clear, prompt answers

By Emily Blake THE CANADIAN PRESS IQALUIT, Nunavut-Nunavut Premier P.J. Akeeagok says it’s clear better communication and partnership is needed after members of the legislature chastised territorial ministers for failing to provide adequate and timely answers to their questions. Solomon Malliki, chairperson of regular members’ caucus, presented a motion Monday admonishing the executive council. He said members are concerned they have not been receiving clear, candid and comprehensive answers to their questions either during question period or by email. “We are not pleased with the answers that we are getting, we are not pleased with not getting answers and I hope that the government understands this,” he said. Unlike the provinces and Yukon, which use a party government system, Nunavut has a consensus style of government that’s considered closer to

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