Grande Prairie-Wapiti MLA Wayne Drysdale has called the results of the auditor general’s report into Alison Redford’s expenses “disappointing”.
The document released yesterday found that the former premier inappropriately used government resources while in office, including booking false passengers on flights.
Drysdale hopes that if there was any wrongdoing, it will come out in the RCMP investigation Dave Hancock has called for.
“People make decisions; everybody makes decisions everyday. Sometimes they’re not always the best decisions, but whether they’re a bad decision or criminal we’ll find out, and I’d be really surprised if there’s any criminal wrongdoing.”
He adds that Redford did the right thing by stepping down.
Drysdale says the PC party will work to make sure people realize Alberta has one of the best governments in North America.