Victorian Labor faces anti-corruption probe

The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) and Victoria’s Ombudsman are undertaking a joint investigation into alleged misuse of taxpayers’ funds.

The joint probe was initially established at the request of Premier Daniel Andrews to investigate allegations of branch stacking.

However, it is said to have been widened to include allegations that ministerial and electorate office staff had used public money to undertake party political work.

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