Why Scott Morrison is scared of an anti-corruption commission
Podcast |
7am
Publisher |
Schwartz Media
Media Type |
audio
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Daily News
News
Publication Date |
Oct 11, 2021
Episode Duration |
00:15:07

The resignation of NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, following the announcement of an investigation by the state’s ICAC, has renewed calls for a federal anti-corruption watchdog.

In the lead up to the last federal election Prime Minister Scott Morrison promised to implement such a body, but the model he’s put forward has been criticised for being too weak.

Today, contributing editor to The Monthly Rachel Withers on the calls for a national anti-corruption commission, and why it’s taking so long to set one up.

Guest: Contributing editor for The Monthly, Rachel Withers

Background reading: Who’s afraid of a federal ICAC? in The Saturday Paper

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