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Getting dodgy money out of Victorian politics


Last week donations to political parties appeared on the AEC website.

Before the last state election, the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) gave $761,000 to Labor $371,000 thousand dollars to the Liberal and National parties to buy influence.

And in the local government elections later this year, they could do it all over again.

In February 2020, I rose in Parliament to speak on the above.

Nathan Hart
1 February 2020
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