The Welsh Government has failed to respond to nearly a third of the consultation exercises it's launched to find out people's views on its plans since it was elected nearly two years ago.
55 out of 194 consultations are listed as 'awaiting outcome' on the official website. 16 still haven't been responded to despite being completed more than a year ago.
They include exercises to find out what people's views are on a huge range of issues from rules on the welfare of horse, recycling targets for businesses and the fees paid by people living in park homes.
The Welsh Government says it responds to most consultations within 12 weeks of them ending but that some 'may take longer to evaluate.'
However opponents say 'it smacks of lazy government' by Labour.
According to the Welsh Government database, 194 consultation exercises have been launched since 9th May 2016. The Assembly election was held on 5th May 2016.
18 consultations are still ongoing or 'open' while 176 are recorded as completed or 'closed.'
Of those closed consultations, 55 are still recorded as 'awaiting outcome.'
7 have been closed for more than 8 months without a response and 16 are still awaiting a response more than year after they finished gathering views.
One has been closed for nearly two years without an outcome.
Case study: welfare of horses consultation
A consultation on developing a new code of practice on the welfare of horses ended six months ago and is still awaiting a ministerial response.
It would have updated the rules which owners of horses are obliged to follow in looking after them.
RSPCA Cymru told me it saw the move to update the code as 'very important' and made a submission to the consultation which made use of the organisation's scientific expertise as well as the views of many of its members.
Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies said he's disappointed by the fact that nearly a third of consultations haven't been replied to.
When I spoke to the RSCPA's Chris O'Brien, he raised another concern about the way consultations are operated and in particular, the way that individual members who respond to them are often grouped together as a single response.