Does The Decision Making Process Need Streamlined?

A member of the Derry audience expressed his opinion that, while the devolved Assembly was a step in the right direction, there was too much procrastination getting in the way of progress. By way of examples, the audience member highlighted the debacle over the proposed national stadium and the current state of the education system.

Raymond McCartney agreed that the process had been slow at times, saying ‘if you can’t make decisions, you disadvantage people’ but acknowledged that there was a determination within the Assembly to display more conviction and within a more appropriate timeframe.

Should the Assembly be getting more done? Can a way be found to break down the stalemates that seem to arise with the big issues?

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