Add your voice to our call to clean up politics
It’s time to for a national corruption watch dog to clean up politics.
Politicians of all persuasions should recognise that the public interest is best served by a clear separation between politics and business.
Recent revelations by state ICACs make it clear that sadly this is not the case in Australia.
That’s why we urgently needs a national Integrity Commission to oversee anti-corruption measures at a federal level in the same way that state ICAC do.
The Australian Greens have called on both Liberal and Labor to urgently consider legislation for a national Integrity Commissioner in light of recent events in NSW politics.
An Australian Greens bill for a national Integrity Commission is already before federal Parliament. Among other integrity measures, the bill would establish a new Office of the Independent Parliamentary Adviser to advise MPs and Ministers on entitlements claims and the ethical running of their office that the public rightly expects. The adviser will also be tasked with developing a legally binding code of conduct for MPs for the Parliament to adopt.
Add your voice to our call to clean up politics:
To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled:
The petition of the undersigned shows:
Politicians of all persuasions should recognise that the public interest is best served by a clear separation between business and politics.
The Australian public expects their elected representatives to act ethically and in the public’s best interest.
A National Integrity Commissioner would help ensure that this is the case.
Your petitioners ask that the Senate:
Urgently support legislation for a National Integrity Commissioner to oversee and implement anti-corruption measures at a federal level.
Online petition is here