Anti-corruption net closes on Victorian Government

I reported yesterday that the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) are undertaking two separate probes into the Victorian Government.

The first probe concerns the alleged misuse of taxpayer funds whereby ministerial and electorate office staff have purportedly used public money to undertake party political work.

The second probe implicates Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, who is believed to be under scrutiny by IBAC as part of its investigation into the state government’s dealings with the United Firefighters’ Union. The investigation centres on a 2014 dispute between the UFU and the Country Fire Authority.

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