The findings of a corruption inquiry into former New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian will be made public tomorrow.


The findings of a corruption inquiry into former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will be made public tomorrow. Tom Hartley joins me live in Sydney. This has been a long time coming. 

It's certainly been dragging on, hasn't it? It's 600 days or so, a little bit more than that since Gladys Berejiklian last gave evidence to the ICAC, which has since been investigating 

her and her former lover Darryl McGuire. Now the ICAC has been looking into a number of things. We'll go through those very quickly. Namely, did she breach the ministerial code of conduct by not disclosing this year's long secret relationship with the former and corrupt 

Wogga MP Darryl McGuire? And also, did she fail in her duty to report any suspicious or any suspicions about his conduct? Basically, did she turn a blind eye to her dodgy dealings and also did she breach the public trust by awarding grant monies, grant funds to Darryl 

McGuire's seat of Wogga? Now, during all this time, Gladys Berejiklian has maintained that she has done everything above board. She's squeaky clean, that she's done no wrong and she's always acted in the public interest. But she did stand down as Premier when she 

found out that the ICAC was going to be investigating her. So food for thought there. But since then she has landed a cushy role as a senior executive at Optus and we do know that she 

is well rehearsed in handling public scrutiny. So whatever comes her way tomorrow, we know that she will be well prepared. It has been reported that if she is found to have engaged 

in any corruption that she will be appealing that. But look, we're going to find that out tomorrow morning at 9am. And when this ICAC report into Darryl McGuire and Gladys Berejiklian 


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