Morrison’s covert positions ‘eroded public belief’: Chris Kenny

Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s failure to disclose the ministry’s undisclosed whereabouts was an “inexplicable” and “inexcusable” motion that “eroded public confidence,” says Sky Information Australia host Chris Kenny.

“Together with his secret appointments, he had the ability, however there was no means for him to be held accountable like this, this motion was a elementary violation of our democratic compact,” he stated.

“It definitely harm Morrison and, to some extent, undermined the Coalition because it tried to regulate to its new life in opposition.

“It is a free kick for Labor to make a very reasonable level.”