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WA playing politics at the border?

14 July 2022

4:00 AM

14 July 2022

4:00 AM

In Western Australia, a state government minister has been accused of allegedly preferencing political donors for border entry during the G2G passes approval process within the Covid pandemic.

As reported by Duncan Murray on news.com.au, the claims emerged last week during an unfair dismissal hearing by the Public Service Appeal Board of WA:

Former electorate officer for Deputy Premier Roger Cook, Sanja Spasojevic, claimed she was instructed by the then Health Minister to fast track entry applications for members of the Labor Business Roundtable.

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