CBC offers the first news story from the new Premier-less era in the House of Assembly:
"The Liberals and the NDP said Reynolds' refusal to investigate was unacceptable, and have been calling for Reynolds to resign ever since.
Dunderdale said that won't happen since the Williams government has "every confidence in his ability to deal with this matter."
And while the opposition has focused on the fact that Reynolds is a former PC party president, Dunderdale insists that isn't an issue.
"I mean we are speaking to the integrity of the man, particularly in this circumstance, and our confidence in his ability to put his partisan politics to one side. And we believe that he's done that," she said. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2009/04/27/parsons-electoral.html
Here's a question for DW's body-double: What about the integrity of the law?