As I wrote in my previous post, elected leaders in other places don't seem to be doing daily press conferences. They do them when there's something important to announce, or on an occasional basis, and leave the rest to the people whose job it is to communicate with the public, or to those with relevant expertise in the subject matter.Like is it too much to ask an elected official, who is paid in excess of a half a million dollars a YEAR to try and be helpful to the people she screwed over with her poor choices? I don't think she should be allowed to get away with it, but she does and she never learns and we just kept getting screwed over.
You don't need your Premier giving daily pressers to get information to the public on any topic. I'm sure people can understand information from the other sources I mentioned and the media can cover them. That's working nicely in New Zealand.
ETA: people who don't speak English would likely benefit more from information in their own language and visual communication, such as infographics.