Corruption claims against former qld deputy premier Mike Baird are likely to be heavily argued in the High Court, an attorney representing the Queensland government said.
Queensland’s law professor Peter Newman says more scrutiny of corruption claims is needed after his client, Queensland treasurer Mike Baird, was charged by a parliamentary committee with corruption following an investigation into the use of public funds to prop up Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her staff.
Mr Newman, whose barrister and former deputy prime minister, Martin Pakula, is defending the former Premier, is expected to defend Mr Baird on Monday.
Queensland’s former finan에스엠 카지노ce minister Scott Morrison has previously confirmed he knew of the claims against Mr Baird, but his lawyer in the corruption inquiry told ABC News his client did not receive advice of any sort about the charges.
There have been no prosecutions or convictions related to the conduct allegations brought against Mr Baird or Ms Palaszczuk 카지노 사이트in relation to their decision to pay private consultants to work on an alleged illegal campaign and have Mr Baird and Ms Palaszczuk promoted to the position of 바카라 사이트premiership.
Mr Newman said that while Mr Baird was aware of the corruption allegations against him, he did not tell Ms Palaszczuk or anyone else in the government about the allegations.
The former solicitor-general told ABC News last week the Attorney-General’s Department had refused to inform him and the Premier of the allegations, saying he may have been a victim of a breach of privilege.