The growing case for a federal anti-corruption agency

By Richard Mulgan
Updated April 24 2018 - 8:50pm, first published April 27 2016 - 5:41pm

The question of a federal anti-corruption agency is back on the agenda. A Senate select committee has begun an inquiry into a "national integrity commission" and held its first public hearing on April 21. Since Bob Brown's leadership, the Greens have advocated for a federal agency along the lines of the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, and they are gaining supporters.

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