‘It’s about accountability’: Directors back federal anti-corruption watchdog

More than two-thirds of directors support a federal anti-corruption body, says a new survey, which has also identified government integrity and trustworthiness as key election concerns.

  • Clancy Yeates
  • WAtoday

As political debate flares over a federal integrity commission, a survey from the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) on Wednesday found 72 per cent of respondents were in favour of establishing such a watchdog.

While the survey of 1700 directors did not ask further questions on the issue, including on the contentious topic of how such a watchdog should be designed, AICD chief executive Angus Armour said the results came amid…

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