The leadership has not taken a strong enough role in ensuring compliance, the report says

An independent panel has delivered a scathing assessment of the Murray-Darling Basin Authority’s leadership in managing the plan for Australia’s inland river system, warning the plan is being placed in “real jeopardy”.

It has concluded the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) has been “unable to assert its authority during the development of water resource plans” and had not taken a strong enough role in ensuring compliance, which is largely the responsibility of the states.

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