Liberals in chaos over National Integrity Commission

Today’s farce over a National Integrity Commission is more proof of how divided, chaotic and out of touch Morrison and his Liberals are.

MARK DREYFUS QC MP
SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL
SHADOW MINISTER FOR NATIONAL SECURITY
MEMBER FOR ISAACS
 
 
LIBERALS IN CHAOS ON NATIONAL INTEGRITY COMMISSION
 

Today’s farce over a National Integrity Commission is more proof of how divided, chaotic and out of touch Morrison and his Liberals are.
 
The Government started today opposed to a National Integrity Commission.
 
Then they voted for it in the Parliament.
 
Then Mr Morrison said the Government was only “considering” it.
 
Then he called it a “fringe issue”.
 
It’s clear Morrison and the Liberals only voted for a National Integrity Commission because they have lost the numbers in the Parliament.
 
Mr Morrison leads a divided and chaotic minority government which has lost its legitimacy.
 
If Morrison and the Liberals really supported a National Integrity Commission, they would accept Bill Shorten’s offer for a bipartisan process to see one established.
 
Mr Morrison has form when it comes to being out of touch with what Australians want – he voted against the Banking Royal Commission 26 times.
 
If Morrison continues to block a National Integrity Commission, a Shorten Labor Government will make it law.
 
MONDAY, 26 NOVEMBER 2018