Australia Parliament has to get national integrity commission 'right'
DOJ, White House silent on status of lawsuit against Georgia's 'Jim Crow' voting law as midterms loom
The Biden administration has remained largely silent on a lawsuit alleging racism in Georgia's new election integrity law as the 2022 midterms linger just weeks away.The Department of Justice told Fox News Digital this past week that it does not have an update on its lawsuit against Georgia’s election integrity law other than public court filings as voters are set to head to the polls in Georgia under the jurisdiction of an election law President Biden called "Jim Crow in the 21st Century" and "a blatant attack on the Constitution.
Sky News host Peta Credlin says it’s critical that if a federal integrity body is established, “the parliament has got to get it right”.
“The more we hear about the government's National Anti-Corruption Commission, the more there are questions that need an answer,” she said.
“Now we learn that the proposed commission will be able to order phone taps without the need for a warrant.
“And will be able to compel journalists to reveal sources if an issuing officer of the commission believes that the public interest in the investigation is greater than the public interest in freedom of the press.”
The government is about to introduce its model for a federal corruption watchdog. Will it live up to expectations?
As the federal government gets ready to set out plans for a new anti-corruption commission, how will its proposals play out in parliament?After years of intense wrangling and bickering over the merits of a national anti-corruption commission, the new federal government is about to unveil the model it believes is best placed to keep watch over Commonwealth officials, institutions and agencies.
She said out of all the elements of the proposed National Anti-Corruption Commission, this was the “most concerning” to her.
Tasmanian Parliament quietly tables terms of reference for police investigation .
Ian Fraser and his friends send supplies over Glenpatrick creek to friends stuck over the other side following heavy rain in the region,