House debates

Monday, 26 September 2022

Questions without Notice

National Anti-Corruption Commission

2:15 pm

Photo of Zoe DanielZoe Daniel (Goldstein, Independent) Share this | Hansard source

My question is to the Attorney-General. There are reports that the government has cut a deal with the opposition to weaken national corruption commission legislation to get it passed. Can you reassure the public—many of whom voted for integrity—that, should third parties, including unions, business and lobbyists, seek to corrupt government, they could be investigated and that the commission could investigate serious pork-barrelling, as Labor proposed during the election campaign?


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