RPA Policy on the need for an Over-Arching Federal ICACC

RPA Policy on the need for an Over-Arching Federal Independent Commission Against Crime and Corruption
(as adopted 25 June, 2014)

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Whereas ALL Australian States now have anti-corruption or integrity commissions

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Whereas both majoritarian Federal political groupings of Labor/Green Alliance and Liberal /National Coalition have considered the matter on many occasions since 1990

and

Whereas the Australian Collaboration – an independent network of community organisations including the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Australian Council of Social Service, the Australian Consumers Association, the Council for the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences,

the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council, the Social Justice Network, and the Trust for Young Australians – has advocated for the matter in question

and

Whereas,  the three prominent organisations viz: the Accountability Roundtable, the Law Council of Australia and Transparency International Australia – each in their own persuasive ways – have,

unceasingly, advocated for the matter in question…

The Republican Party of Australia now adopts the concept of the need for an Over-Arching Federal Independent Commission Against Crime and Corruption as very necessary national policy; it clearly being in the national interest at this stage in Australia’s development to follow and expand upon the examples already set in the States.

 

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