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Universities ask for exemption from national watchdog

Image: Commonwealth of Australia [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Australian anti-corruption commission would needlessly double up on state controls, government told

Universities should be exempted from proposed national anti-corruption legislation, the Innovative Research Universities group has said.

The IRU’s submission to the department of attorney-general Christian Porter (pictured) says that universities are already covered by state legislation and that the group has “concerns” about the federal proposals.

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