Labor is furious Friday marks one year since the coalition promised to present draft laws for a federal integrity commission but hasn't been delivered.
The Morrison government had promised to finalise legislation for a federal ICAC by the end of 2019.
Continuous scandals showed the government wasn't interested in integrity, Labor leader Anthony Albanese said.
"Despite overwhelming public support for a national integrity commission the government had to be dragged to supporting one, kicking and screaming all the way," he said.
Mr Albanese pointed to comments Attorney-General Christian Porter made in parliament in September, when he said a draft was well advanced.
The government's proposed Commonwealth Integrity Commission has already been rubbished by critics as toothless.
It would create two divisions, a law enforcement division and a public sector integrity division.
It would have the power to conduct public hearings in its law enforcement division, but the public sector integrity division will not have the power to make public findings of corruption.
Mr Porter has previously said lives and reputations had been ruined unfairly by state anti-corruption watchdogs.
Australian Associated Press
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