The evidence is in. Victoria’s public service has become massively politicised, confirming what many suspected after nine years of Labor under the iron fist of former Premier, Daniel Andrews.
An exhaustive two-year review conducted by the Victorian Ombudsman, Deborah Glass, has exposed a ‘culture of fear and secrecy’.
The report is a damning indictment on the premiership of Daniel Andrews (with a focus on his second term in office) and is understood to add context to the timing of his abrupt departure from office in late September when he said, ‘When it’s time, it’s time.
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