Australia ICAC report finds NT Speaker breached public trust
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Reports of whistleblower reprisals have surfaced in two new reports about the Territory's newly established Independent Commission The Territory's ICAC received 318 reports of alleged "improper conduct, corrupt conduct, misconduct, unsatisfactory conduct and breach of public trust "
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Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner will release a report from the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) which found Speaker Kezia Purick committed a “serious breach of public trust”.
“In June last year the ICAC received a complaint from the Member for Blain and the Member for Araluen alleging misconduct and anti democratic activities by the speaker,” Mr Gunner said.
“This related to a possible attempt by the members to establish a new political party in the Northern Territory called the Northern Australia Party.
“Following their complaint the ICAC commenced an investigation.
“This is not a finding that an offence has been committed, that would be a matter for the Director of Public Prosecutions.”
Mr Gunner emphasised he would make no comment on the findings of the report.
The report will be tabled in parliament on Tuesday.
Magistrate Robert Harrap arrested and charged amid ICAC investigation .
South Australian Magistrate Robert Harrap is facing multiple deception and conspiracy charges following an investigation by the state's Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.In a statement, anti-corruption commissioner Bruce Lander said Magistrate Robert Harrap had been charged with two counts of deception and one count of conspiracy to commit abuse of public office.
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