Australia bans reporting on corruption case, launches new ant-graft centre

The Australian Federal Police are the proud new leaders of a national anti-corruption centre. According to The AustralianThe Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre, to be announced today, involves officials from government agencies including the tax office, Customs, Defence and the Department of Foreign ­Affairs and Trade working alongside federal police officers. FCA - Australiaflag

Meanwhile, another branch of the Australian executive has ‘blindfolded’ the Australian public by placing a super-injunction on a multi-national corruption case. The Supreme Court of the state of Victoria has banned Australian media organisations from reporting on the case which reportedly involves officials from Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam. The gag follows the secret indictment seven senior executives from subsidiaries of Australia’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), Wikileaks reported.

“The case concerns allegations of multi-million dollar inducements made by agents of the RBA subsidiaries Securency and Note Printing Australia in order to secure contracts for the supply of Australian-style polymer bank notes to the governments of Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and other countries.”

The suppression order in full is here.



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