Just watching the news, the breaches appear to have been ok to have been charged. Going back to earlier in this Govt, they were criticised for the Working Groups. Time, time, time. Legally now, process wasn't exact, did we want the L4 lockdown to be delayed? I think not.
I am wondering if a state of disaster had been declared (rather than just a state of emergency), like they did in Victoria, whether it would have changed anything. I sympathize with the government on this because there was no blueprint for this event, so they were doing what was right for everyone. The appointment of these two new people was apparently Winstons idea, and IMO it isn't similar to previous working groups, and IMO it is a good idea.
My working groups comment is to reflect the impact of delays. There is no time to sit down forever to get the i's and t's done. As you say no blueprint.