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Govt 'should consider' Fed anti-corruption body

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AAP 
August 25, 2012 1:22PM

THE chair of a parliamentary committee says the bribery scandals at the Reserve Bank's two banknote-making companies could prompt the government to establish an anti-corruption body for federal agencies.

Allegations were raised again in the past week about the bank's wholly owned subsidiaries Note Printing Australia and the part-owned Securency, where staff bribed foreign officials to gain contracts.

Labor MP Melissa Parke, chairwoman of the joint Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity committee, said the government should canvass the option of creating a national anti-corruption body for commonwealth agencies.

"The recent revelations concerning the RBA have laid bare the gaping hole in the oversight of the commonwealth public sector," Ms Parke told ABC radio on Saturday.

RBA governor Glenn Stevens told a parliamentary economics committee on Friday that there had been "no cover-up".

In a prepared statement, Mr Stevens defended the central bank's dealings on the issue, saying it had "at all times" dealt appropriately with authorities and responded honestly to questions.

Questions were raised this week about when the RBA first knew of the allegations.

The Accountability Round Table, a non-partisan group including politicians, academics and lawyers, has called for a federal anti-corruption body.

The group's chairman, Tim Smith, a former Victorian Supreme Court judge, said the central bank would have had to send its inquiries to the anti-corruption body.

"Knowing it was there to conduct an investigation and having been a whistleblower, it would have had little option but to refer it to that body," Mr Smith told ABC radio.

Australian Greens leader Christine Milne said there should be a national oversight body similar to those in the states to address corruption in government agencies.

"Whilst we need a national commission against corruption, it does not remove the need for the judicial inquiry into the RBA," Senator Milne said in a statement on Saturday.

 EDITOR:  The Greens are utterly ridiculous in their comments re NO ROYAL COMMISSION and are probably funded by a bank.  Stop defending the bankers and please stop suggesting there is no evidence against the banks....... Christine.

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  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 25 August 2012

    I have email Melissa Parke on the low doc con. Her response was that she didn't feel there was systematic problems in the banking section.
    Who gives a rats about bribery for a few contracts it goes on everyday. When their are tens of thousands that have been ripped off by fraud by banks and no law enforcements to help.
    Apparently Melissa doesn't care about real issues. Just seen Melissa on TV at a anti trawler rally in FREMANTLE concerning the size of the trawler boat.

    Yes yes before I get hit with Blogs on save the fish and save the RBA. My family and I would like to be saved from losing our family home after 25 years and $1.5 million of assets that we worked our butt off for.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 25 August 2012

    Fremantle Herald

    I read that about the trawler & protest in Fremantle Herald today. Given that it has been known about since 2008, you have to question why the Greens & pollies decide to wait until now to protest. A bit too late in my book but then again, maybe they are in 'election' mode & are scratching around for an idea to get worked up about ;)

    It might just be a good idea for you to pen a letter/email to the editor (be sure to blog whatever you send for all to read) just as you have described in your comment. Your comment makes perfect sense about the doube-standard & lack of concern for 'constituents' (more important than bloody fish I believe) being experienced by many in her own electorate. Your issue is important so let the editor know & reference this site in it.

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 25 August 2012

    Yes - really good idea :D
    Similar observation ... pollies looking for a safe pre-election cause to define their relevance? ... or looking for anything that will keep them away from our PM's past and the loan fraud issue, a simmering pot of lies and deceit about to boil over in almost every Australian electorate ...

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Saturday, 25 August 2012

    I agree with you, Blackedout. Human beings have taken a back seat to fish and trees. Time we spoke out and suggested that they got the balance right. After all when was the last time a fish or a gum tree voted in a government?
    Personally I have no shortage of gum trees here and I've done my bit for the environment for years.
    Now it's my turn and where are the "social justice" pollies when I need a hand?
    Parroting ASIC (it saves having to think for themselves) and saving the fish, of course.
    I spent years working for my little place too - my first ever home.
    Families matter, human beings count and healthy well-adjusted independent Australians will be a distant memory if this lack of sane priorities persists amongst the dipsticks in all our governments.
    Elected by the people, but clearly not for the people.
    Just like their banker mates, they're wondering why they're unpopular??!! D'oh.
    How dare they treat us like this!

  • doyla66
    doyla66 Sunday, 26 August 2012

    Thanks to all for understanding on where I was going with my blog.
    I send lots stuff to the Herald and other papers. But so far no article.

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