Uncategorised 14th May 2019

Public corruption hearings at Commonwealth level: a ‘risk worth taking’ for integrity?

by Scott Miller

From the Mandarin – Stephen Easton • 13/05/2019

“Labor would at least match the Coalition’s commitment to spend $104.5 million over four years on a federal anti-corruption commission, and while 80% of Australians support one with a full suite of strong powers, public hearings remain the key issue.”

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David Muir, Chair of Clem Jones Group confirms he has had letters published on consecutive days in the Sunday Mail yesterday and the Courier Mail today touching on the absence of Integrity as a platform issue in the Federal election campaign by either side of politics.