Ah, yes, anothery:
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has not ruled out standing aside her deputy Jackie Trad from Cabinet if the state’s corruption watchdog launches an investigation into her investment property.
The Crime and Corruption Commission is considering two referrals about Ms Trad’s inner-city investment property, which she failed to publicly declare and which stands to increase in value due to her signature infrastructure project, the Cross River Rail.
CCC chair Alan MacSporran will field questions about the matter at Queensland budget estimates tomorrow.
It is her right as a good Aussie to build wealth through investment property, tax payer extortion and corruption.
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