All non-Labor state MPs have joined the decision for a probe into claims the McGowan authorities fast-tracked border exemptions for celebration donors between March 2020 and June 2020.
The 5 higher home crossbench MPs have backed calls by Opposition Chief Mia Davies earlier this month for a Corruption and Crime Fee probe into preferential remedy allegations by Deputy Premier Roger Cook dinner’s former staffer Sanja Spasojevic.
The letter urges CCC head John McKechnie to launch a “detailed, wide-ranging and absolutely resourced investigation” into Spasojevic’s claims.
It was signed by the Greens’ Brad Pettitt; Legalise Hashish’ Sophia Moermond and Brian Walker; Daylight Financial savings Celebration’s Wilson Tucker; and impartial MLC James Hayward.
“We’ve got develop into conscious of media experiences referring to a former citizens officer who has made severe allegations of systemic corruption referring to G2G go administration through the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to the inappropriate and unethical use of taxpayer monies by a political celebration,” the letter mentioned.
“The allegations reported by media embrace claims that G2G go functions from political celebration donors had been handled in another way than these from the general public, which is of nice concern to us as members of Parliament, in addition to most people.”
Spasojevic made the claims below oath throughout her unfair dismissal listening to earlier than the Public Service Attraction Board earlier this month.
She advised the board from April to June 2020 Cook dinner tasked her to work with a contact in former police minister Michelle Roberts’ workplace to assist progress G2G entry functions for members of Labor’s Enterprise Roundtable fundraising program.
“I used to be to contact [the office] straight and have our enterprise Labor roundtable members fast-tracked and their members of the family so they might come out and in of the state on enterprise, in order that they wouldn’t be affected by what was occurring with the pandemic,” she mentioned.