Labor forges ahead with robust anti-corruption commission

Labor Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has confirmed that the Albanese Government will implement a robust national corruption watchdog by mid next year. Among other things, the anti-corruption commission will allow retrospective investigations as well investigate pork-barreling:

“It’s going to deal with serious and systemic corruption, it’s going to be able to receive allegations from a whole range of sources,” he told the ABC.

“It’s going to be able to, at its discretion, hold public hearings.”

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