Peter Hall points to failure to properly act on reforms proposed in 2010

The head of the New South Wales anti-corruption commission has warned reforms to the state’s lobbying rules are “now overdue” after the government failed to properly act on reforms proposed nine years ago.

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (Icac) is currently engaged in Operation Eclipse, an examination of how the state government regulates lobbying, access and influence.

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