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As a NSW premier falls and SA guts its anti-corruption commission, what are the lessons for integrity bodies in Australia?

By Andrew Goldsmith, Strategic Professor of Criminology, Flinders University
A J Brown, Professor of Public Policy & Law, Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University
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South Australia has shown other Australian jurisdictions what not to do with their anti-corruption bodies, especially the proposed federal integrity commission.

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