He thinks the Minister is full of good intentions which won't be carried out.
➔well-intentionedGRAMMAR GRAMMAR !! Do not say 'have no intention to do something' or 'not have the slightest intention to do something'. Say have no intention of doing something or not have the slightest intention of doing something• He had no intention of paying me the money.!! Do not say 'with the intention to do something'. Say with the intention of doing something• He left Manchester with the intention of finding a job in London.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.