Andrew Hastie tells parliament Chau Chak Wing has links with Chinese Communist party and conspired to bribe former UN president John Ashe

The chair of Australia’s intelligence and security committee has taken the extraordinary step of using parliamentary privilege to identify one of Australia’s biggest political donors of conspiring to bribe one of the United Nation’s top diplomats.

Andrew Hastie used a speech in the parliament’s Federation Chamber to identify Chinese-Australian billionaire Chau Chak Wing, as “co-conspirator 3” in a 2015 American bribery case, which alleged John Ashe, the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, had been paid to assist in the smooth progress of business deals.

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