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June 29, 2003

I have refrained in commenting on the disaster that is ASTIC.

But I concur with this article. The corruption is too great. It is time for Clarke and Robinson to pack their bags and return to private life. They have done enough damage.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 11:46 AM | | Comments (2)
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i've read about this issue in newspapers for a few months now, but i've yet to hear a list of evidence against clarke and the other board members, with the exception of the now obligatory suspicion of misuse of travel expenses. if anyone could point me to the evidence of the alleged corruption, i would appreciate it.

Kez,
hands in the till (misuse of travel expenses) would be seen as corruption.

Eg.Senator Colston from Queensland a few years ago.

ie., public money has been used for private benefit.