Political donation laws like wads of cash in brown paper bags
Trust in politicians and the political process is at an all-time low. The creation of the National Anti-Corruption Commission is a start to restoring this trust, but if we are to be fair dinkum about it, we must also legislate to require truth in political advertising, enhance our media freedom laws, provide better protections for whistleblowers and significantly overhaul our political donations framework. That’s why I’m re-introducing my Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Cleaning up Political Donations) Bill.
Political donation laws like wads of cash in brown paper bags


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