The cabinet’s website is actually quite good. It is clean, simple, quick and easy to navigate.
And it provides useful information. That is, until they stopped posting the government’s executive orders, cabinet decisions and press releases.
So in my previous post, I didn’t mean to complain that the cabinet’s website was bad in any way. What I did mean, however, was to point out that the cabinet had stopped sharing important information on their website.
Unless they compromise national security, executive orders and cabinet decisions must be made public. Otherwise how should we know what our government is doing?
As Pema Tenzin, one commentator, put it: “The issue here is wanting to be transparent and accountable.”