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It’s not that there’s no time for a federal Icac. There’s simply no will

The Coalition has no interest in a corruption watchdog or curbing the flow of money from the likes of fossil fuel companies

People are fed up with politics.

  • Adam Bandt
  • The Guardian

Every day they see it work for big corporations and developers, but not for the public.

While a national corruption watchdog would go some way to restoring public trust, the government says it has no time to do that because it has too many other matters on its plate.

No one really believes them but any semblance of a fig leaf was ripped away this week.

The government can’t find time to legislate a federal Icac, but it did find space to push through a…

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