Speaking in advance of her party’s Spring Conference in Cardiff, Kirsty Williams, leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, said the party has listened to the people of Wales’ concerns, which is why its clear and concise policy platform will ‘put people first’.
In the forthcoming election, Kirsty said, the Welsh Liberal Democrats will be relentlessly focused on giving people what they want by getting Wales’ public services right.
Kirsty Williams AM commented:
“This Labour Government is tired and bankrupt of ideas. It’s lost touch with what people need and want.
“People don’t expect much from a government, yet Labour has failed to even get the basics right and is failing to provide decent public services.
“In the forthcoming election, the Welsh Liberal Democrats will show that we have listened to people’s concerns. Our vision for a future Welsh parliament is one that finally gives people what they want – good schools, good hospitals and a vibrant economy. We will be relentlessly focussed on getting public services right.
“People want NHS staff to have the time to properly support their loved ones, which is why we will deliver safe staffing levels, ensuring more nurses on hospital wards.
“People want teachers to have the time to properly teach their children, which is why we will deliver smaller class sizes.
“People want a vibrant Welsh economy with good job opportunities, which is why we’ll tear down the barriers that stop businesses from expanding.
“Our priorities are the same as those of people across Wales. A vote for the Welsh Liberal Democrats will be a vote that puts people first.”