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Too late for mea culpa on integrity?

Amy Remeikis reports that the LNP is negotiating with the KAP:

‘Writing to Katter Party MPs Shane Knuth and Rob Katter, Mr Springborg gave a list of 45 commitments, which he said would apply “even, if at some future date during this term, the LNP was able to form a government” without the support of the two crossbenchers.

‘Among the promises, Mr Springborg committed an LNP government to allowing the Integrity Commissioner to sit in on Cabinet deliberations on appointments, approvals “or other Cabinet submissions raising integrity issues” as well as appoint Directors-General for the term of the government, when positions became vacant.’

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