Victorians have a right to be outraged at Labor MPs’ misuse of funds


Victorians have a right to feel disappointed and angry that the ALP siphoned almost $400,000 of taxpayers’ money to help secure its unexpected victory in the 2014 state election, and then spent a further $1 million on a legal tilt to block the Victorian Ombudsman from investigating.

  • The Age

Her probe into the egregious breach of parliamentary regulations by the ALP was triggered by whistleblowers.

Watt 3ccThey were upset by Labor MPs wrongly signing off on payments based on falsified timesheets that billed taxpayers for ALP campaigning by workers employed by the Parliament to help constituents, not parties.

As it turned out, almost two dozen Labor politicians were – some of…

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