Diminishing Public Trust? Pushback against ICAC?
Recent amendments to the Independent Commissioner against Corruption Act in South Australia have narrowed definitions of misconduct, maladministration and corruption reducing the ICAC’s powers. This pushback is examined in this webinar. Had the ICAC over-reached? Did it need its wings clipped? Or might something else have been in play?
These questions were explored by a distinguished panel moderated by Professor Lisa Hill, a world authority on democracy and political behaviour at a webinar hosted by The Stretton Institute and The Centre for Public Integrity. Speakers include two former Supreme Court judges Stephen Charles, AO QC and Anthony Whealy QC and the Director of the Stretton Institute.