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Ducking and weaving and not answering the question – is this accountability?

Queensland Government the nation’s ‘most accountable’?

Mark McArdle’s meetings and meals, including the fundraiser right-to-information documents list him as hosting at the ERM Power boardroom last year, are expected to be submitted to the Senate Inquiry into the Queensland Government by the Electrical Trades Union. Mr McArdle said he has no case to answer for.

Below is a transcript, published by the Brisbane Times (26.11.14) of a press conference where Mr McArdle fronted journalists for the first time since Fairfax Media revealed the story on Monday. He did not directly address any questions.

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