PC Throne Speech Amendment

That some Government and all Official Opposition members agree that Manitobans are angry and believe that the Provincial Government has broken their trust; and (Selby)

But this House regrets:

 

a)       That some Government and all Official Opposition members agree that Manitobans are angry and believe that the Provincial Government has broken their trust; and (Selby)

 

b)       That some Government members have concluded that serving this Provincial Government with integrity is no longer an option; and (Howard)

 

c)      That these same Government members have said they do not regret speaking honestly as being truthful and holding on to integrity is something that Manitobans have been raised to do; and (Oswald)

 

d)       That some Government and all Official Opposition members are gravely concerned that priorities may move up the queue based on political interest and ahead of what Manitobans consider to be their priorities and needs; and (Oswald)

 

e)      That there is a genuine concern amongst some Government and all Official Opposition members that the Provincial Government has become more preoccupied with remaining in power than necessarily doing things that are in the best interest of Manitobans. (Swan)

 

As a consequence of these and many other failings, the Provincial Government has thereby lost the trust and confidence of the people of Manitoba and this House.