Federal Election 2022: Morrison, pressured over broken promises, walks back ICAC pledge

Gerard Cockburn
Dan Jervis-Bardy
By Gerard Cockburn, and Dan Jervis-Bardy
Updated April 15 2022 - 4:48am, first published April 14 2022 - 6:24am
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Coalition won't introduce an anti-corruption commission unless Labor supports its model. Picture: James Croucher

The Coalition has been accused of being "scared stiff" of scrutiny after Scott Morrison walked back a pledge to establish a federal anti-corruption watchdog.

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Gerard Cockburn

Gerard Cockburn

Economics Reporter

Dan Jervis-Bardy

Dan Jervis-Bardy

Federal Politics Reporter

Dan covers federal politics from Parliament House, with a special focus on climate policy and the NDIS. He has previously reported on ACT politics and urban affairs since joining the Canberra Times in 2018.

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