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Anti-Corruption Agency – No room for show trials

Michael is joined by Chris Merritt, Legal Affairs Editor The Australian Newspaper & vice-president of the Rule of Law Institute of Australia, who writes that the ‘great strength of Christian Porter’s anti-corruption agency is its commitment to the rule of law.’

‘By rejecting the titillation of show trials and NSW-style rough justice, the Attorney-General has shown a commitment to fundamental rights that others should emulate.’

‘Federal Labor and the Greens have carved out a different position. By yearning for a NSW-style anti-corruption agency they have show themselves to have as much commitment to justice and human rights as Madame Defarge, waiting impatiently for heads to roll, regardless of guilt or innocence.’

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