The New South Wales Liberal politicians who criticise the Independent Commision Against Corruption’s leisurely finding that former premier Gladys Berejiklian engaged in serious corrupt conduct will no doubt agree, at least in private, on one matter.
This is that, in all its exquisite detail, including the rushed legislation to validate the injustice it had imposed, ICAC’s creator and the body responsible for its many failings is none other than the parliamentary Liberal party.
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