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Why corruption demands unflinching action

In his article in The Conversation (17.4.15) Adam Graycar discusses the findings of his research team’s review of integrity bodies around Australia, and suggests why their role is important.

‘Corruption is a real and tangible problem. It destroys good government and undermines social and economic goals and aspirations. We have seen some admirable activities by our anti-corruption agencies in solid attempts to keep our politics and administration clean, transparent and built on integrity.’

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