Dissolution of the ACT Legislative Assembly by the Governor-General
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As demonstrated in successive ACT Auditor-General reports, the ACT Labor Government has engaged in demonstrably corrupt conduct in relation to various land deals designed to favour its main financial donors: the CFMEU and Labor Clubs.
The ACT Legislative Assembly's Public Accounts and Audit Committee, which is currently inquiring into the Auditor-General reports, is dominated by two Labor Party members - Bec Cody and Michael Pettersson - who owe their election to the Legislative Assembly to the CFMEU; meaning they are entirely incapable of examining the corruption identified by the Auditor-General.
Section 16 of the Australian Capital Territory (Self-Government) Act 1988 allows the Governor-General to dissolve the ACT Legislative Assembly when:
- it is incapable of effectively performing its functions; or
- it is conducting its affairs in a grossly improper manner.
The inability of the ACT Legislative Assembly to effectively hold the ACT Labor Government accountable for its corrupt land deals shows that Commonwealth Minister for Territories, Dr John McVeigh MP, must advise the Governor-General to dissolve the ACT Legislative Assembly and hold a fresh ACT election.
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