The Prime Minister’s failure to establish a federal ICAC looks like a broken promise – ABC News

A group of people chat and shake hands on the floor of the House of Representatives.

During a campaign stop last week in Launceston, Prime Minister Scott Morrison was challenged on his record of delivering promises made during the 2019 election campaign.Asked if his failure to establish a federal anti-corruption body amounted to a broken promise, Mr Morrison responded: “Well, no. It’s not.””I have honoured my proposal,” he said, arguing the issue lay not with the government but with a lack of “bipartisan support” from Labor.”We put forward our proposal in detailed legislation and it has not been supported by the Labor Party,” he added.But the evidence suggests that Mr Morrison did break his promise.

Source: The Prime Minister’s failure to establish a federal ICAC looks like a broken promise – ABC News

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