Moody's says the change reflects concerns over the province's ability to eliminate its
Sousa says the Liberals have controlled spending and are looking for more savings in the system, and claims credit rating agencies and the banks that loan the government money aren't worried about its massive debt load.
He says the real issue is that the province's revenues have not met expectations, and insists "the bankers aren't freaking."
Sousa says the Liberals will not cut civil service jobs to balance the budget, which he says can be done on schedule without taking "extreme measures."
Interim PC Leader
Moody's didn't wait for the newly re-elected government to introduce its budget
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