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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