What’s the OBA’s biggest success and failing so far?

What do you think their most important achievement has been in 2013?

Without question the amendment to the Human Rights Act concerning sexual orientation.

What do you think their biggest failing has been in 2013?

Failure to live up to their pre-election hype of transparency and ‘doing politics differently’.

They’ve proven to be lacking transparency, lacking credibility, prone to rather rookie mistakes (‘Jetgate’ and the handling of Lamb Foggo UCC for example) and from the parliamentary (House and Senate) sessions I’ve been able to attend or listen to online, well, it’s politics as usual, perhaps even more vindictive and petty than I had expected.

I feel they’re being very divisive in both their rhetoric and their actions.

Ups and downs...

Ups and downs…

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