While Labor is close to delivering an historic integrity reform, there are wrinkles still to be ironed out.
Under the proposed legislation for the Albanese governments anti-corruption body, public hearings would only be held in ‘exceptional circumstances’ and in the public interest.
Our experts rated the Coalition’s model as either very unsatisfactory or a fail. Most agreed Labor’s proposed model is much better, but said a lot more detail is needed.
Increasing perceptions of corruption in Australia could be suppressing economic growth by as much as 0.6%
There are three main differences between IBAC and ICAC, the Victorian and NSW bodies set up to combat government corruption.