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    Criminal Code (Honesty and Integrity in Parliament)
    The Member for Surfers Paradise and then Leader of the Opposition and Shadow Minister for the Arts, Mr John-Paul Langbroek MP, introduced the Criminal Code (Honesty and Integrity in Parliament) Amendment Bill 2009 on 19 August 2009. The Explanatory Notes to the Bill state the purpose of the Bill is to amend the Criminal Code to introduce the offence of giving false evidence to Parliament and the

    Integrity Reform Bills 2010
    In November 2009, the Government released the Response to Integrity and Accountability in Queensland (the Integrity Response). The Integrity Response detailed a range of administrative and legislative reforms to be implemented by mid-2010. The first stage of legislative integrity reform was implemented from 1 January 2010 with the commencement of the Integrity Act 2009. This Act expanded the rol

    Queensland Government Advertising Code of Conduct
    The Queensland Opposition Handbook sets out the provisions and guidelines for paid advertising in the media that is an official cost of the Office of the Leader of the Opposition. Based on a request by the Director-General, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, the Integrity Commissioner reviewed whether the current policy and processes regarding opposition advertising adequately ensure that publ

    Govt Response to Report No 109 of Integrity, Ethics and Parl Privileges Ctte
    On 2 September 2010, the Integrity, Ethics and Parliamentary Privileges Committee tabled Report No.109 titled Mid-Term Review: Registration of Interests. This Parliamentary Committee is responsible for examining the arrangements for the compiling, keeping and inspection of the Register of Members’ Interests and Register of Related Persons’ Interests. The Committee made seven recommendations to mai

    Electoral Reform and Accountability Bill 2011
    The Electoral Reform and Accountability Bill 2011 proposes reforms to Queensland’s electoral system to increase the transparency of relationships between political parties, candidates and donors. The Bill builds on the integrity and accountability reforms introduced by the State Government. The Government committed in 2009 to introduce a cap on political donations if the Commonwealth Government

    Govt response CMC report management police discipline and misconduct matters
    In November 2009, the then Attorney-General requested the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) review the current police discipline process as part of the public sector-wide integrity and accountability reforms. In December 2010 the CMC report, Setting the Standard: A review of current processes for the management of police discipline and misconduct matters, was tabled in Parliament. The CMC re

    Govt response review police discipline etc
    In November 2009, the then Attorney-General requested the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) review the current police discipline process as part of the public sector-wide integrity and accountability reforms. In December 2010, the CMC tabled in Parliament its report, Setting the Standard: A review of current processes for the management of police discipline and misconduct matters. In March 2

    response to cmc report on alleged misure of public monies
    The Crime and Misconduct Commission’s Report on an Investigation into the Alleged Misuse of Public Monies, and a Former Ministerial Adviser (the Report) followed an investigation into an anonymous complaint against Mr Simon Tutt, which alleged that he had inappropriately orchestrated a sporting grant to the University of Queensland Rugby Football Club (totalling $200,000). The CMC did not recomme

    Review of the Integrity Act 2009
    The Integrity Act 2009 commenced on 1 January 2010. As the Act has now been in operation for over 18 months, a review is being undertaken to assess the effectiveness of the operation of the Integrity Act, taking into account the practical experience of key stakeholders. In early 2011, the Queensland Integrity Commissioner wrote to a range of key stakeholders, including registered lobbyists, gover

    Appointment of the Integrity Commissioner
    Chapter 2 of the Integrity Act 2009 establishes the Integrity Commissioner as an officer of the Parliament. The Integrity Commissioner’s functions include: giving written advice to a designated person on ethics or integrity issues; meeting with, and giving written or oral advice to, members of the Legislative Assembly; keeping the lobbyists register and having responsibility for the registration o

    Government Response to Finance and Administration Committee Report No. 19 - Inquiry into Strategic Review Report of Integrity Commissioner functions
    The Integrity Act 2009 (the Act) provides for the conduct of strategic reviews of the Integrity Commissioner’s functions. The first strategic review was to be conducted within four years after the commencement of the provision. However, due to the commencement of a broader open Government review and the appointment of a new Integrity Commissioner in July 2014, the previous government delayed the s

    Racing Integrity Bill 2015
    The Racing Integrity Bill 2015: establishes the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and allows for the appointment of a full-time Racing Integrity Commissioner under the proposed Racing Integrity Act. amends the Racing Act 2002 to allow for a new seven member, Racing Queensland Board, and repeals the control boards, the Racing Animal Welfare and Integrity Board and the Racing Disciplinary Board

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    12 May, 2016

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