Last month an all-party legislative committee in B.C. brought about an uproar, when it determined that Doyle shall not be reappointed for a second term. Later the committee reviewed its decision and offered Doyle a supplementary two-year appointment in consequence of a public outcry provoked in B.C., while Premier Christy Clark pledged to amend legislation and hold auditors general to a single eight-year term. Doyle has not yet responded to the government’s offer of a new two-year extension, while on the other hand, the Australian premier has announced that Doyle is hired at his position. Doyle mentioned during an interview that he would have chosen to keep his post in B.C. and would have sworn a second term, but it was due to the political instability that he finally decided to accept the job offer in Australia.