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Australia Morrison must ensure he doesn't become "Slow-mo" in 2020

15:46  29 november  2019
15:46  29 november  2019 Source:   skynews.com.au

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Sky News host Gary Hardgrave says Australia needs “2020 foresight” as the nation moves into the next year, not politicians “playing games”.

“What is not clear in my mind is a vision for 2020,” he said.

“We need 2020 foresight.”

The host of the Hadgrave program went on to add that politicians are currently dealing with legislation like medevac that are “the consequences of bad things that happened in the bad few years under the miserable ghost prime ministership”.

“Scott Morrison has to come out of the blocks in 2020 because people are saying more than ever before that ScoMo has gone slow-mo,” he said.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison will pump millions of dollars into upgrading technology systems and streamlining bureaucratic processes as he launches the biggest overhaul of Australia's public service in three decades. Mr Morrison will next week announce increased funding for the Commonwealth public service as the federal government finalises its response to David Thodey's review of the nation's bureaucratic processes, which is expected to include a further cull of government agencies and boards.

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