Talk about missing the point…
All those clamouring for a federal corruption commission to be an election issue have so far produced no evidence for the need. The need is elsewhere; in the criminal justice system.
‘Now that the problems of the state-based anti-corruption commissions are clear, the community deserves some answers – not from the states, but from Anthony Albanese and his legal affairs spokesman, Mark Dreyfus,’ writes The Rule of Law Institute Vice President Chris Merritt in The Weekend Australian.
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