Public Office – Public Trust. A new contribution by David Lusty

The principle of "Public office, Public trust" has been discussed before on this website, notably by Tim Smith in 2012, and again in July 2014, and further, in October 2014, Tim discussed public trust in the context of urban planning. Thanks to David Lusty,  Special...

The Fitzgerald Principles

DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY The Fitzgerald Principles are four overarching statements of parliamentary transparency and accountability. These principles are; 1. Govern for the peace, welfare and good government of the State; 2. Make all decisions and take all actions,...

Queensland Election. Green Party promises on anti-corruption

The Queensland Greens have replied to our request for commitments to accountability and integrity measures prior to the Queensland election. The original text of the letter from Andrew Bartlett, the convenor of the Queensland Greens can be found here. Their response...

Queensland Election. Labor Party promises on anti-corruption

The Queensland Labor Party has given a comprehensive response to our request for comment on matters of anti corruption prior to the Queensland state election. The full response letter from the Hon Tim Mulherin, Deputy Leader of the Opposition is linked here, but a...

Queensland Election. Call for Party promises on anti-corruption

On January 13th, ART sent a letter to all major parties contesting the Queensland election, the Liberal National Party, the Australian Labor Party, Palmer United Party, the Greens, and Katter's Australia Party.  This letter requested the commitment of all parties to...

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