Clean politics charter

Join me in my campaign to bring back clean politics and good governance for the people of NSW.

Sign our Clean Politics Charter to show the government that you care about standing up to corruption. 

Dear Premier,

Here are six critical steps we can take right now to restore integrity and public confidence in the government:

1. Lobbying transparency: All lobbying of ministers, parliamentary secretaries, ministerial staff and public servants should be minuted, and those minutes made publicly available online.

2. Limiting lobbying influence through political parties: 
Ban officials who have held positions in government from professional lobbying for five years.

3. Full personal financial disclosure: 
Require all MPs to disclose the financial affairs of their family members to make it harder to hide the proceeds of corrupt dealings; impose unexplained wealth tests on MPs; and require full disclosure of an MP’s personal and family financial interests.

4. Closing the revolving door between public office and industry:
 Extend the cooling-off period between holding public office and working for an industry that was regulated by the public official to cover all public servants and ministerial staff.

5. Ban the corrosive effect of political donations: G
reater transparency, ban donations to political parties from mining companies and government contractors, and extend limits on spending and donations to local government elections. 

6. Secure ICAC's future and a federal ICAC: The Greens are working for a constitutional amendment to secure the Independent Commission Against Corruption's future and protect it from retribution for exposing the behaviour of powerful members of parliament.

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  • signed 2017-06-22 21:26:41 +1000
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  • signed via 2017-06-18 20:21:05 +1000
    michael swanton
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    Ayla Murane
  • signed 2017-06-11 16:17:05 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-11 10:21:32 +1000
    I AGREE THAT ANY GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE AND INSTALLED BY THE PEOPLE SHOULD BE MADE TO REVEAL PUBLICLY ALL TRANSACTIONS AND AGREEMENTS MADE WITH THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY!


    WE, THE PEOPLE OF NSW ARE FURIOUS AT THE WAY THIS LIB/NP STATE GOVERNMENT DICTATES TO ITS COMMUNITIES WITHOUT CONSULTATION ON MATTERS THAT IMPACT UPON THEM AND, THEN GOES BEHIND CLOSED DOORS TO MAKE DEALS WITH THEIR BIG BUSINESSES ASSOCIATES!


    ALSO, THERE SHOULD BE NO IMMUNITY FROM PROSECUTION FOR FORMER MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT IF IT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED THAT THEY ACTED CORRUPTLY WHILST IN OFFICE, NO MATTER HOW LONG IT’S BEEN SINCE THEY LEFT SAID OFFICE!

    THIS MAY PUT AN END TO THE SECRET DEALS THAT ARE CONSPIRED FOR PERSONAL GAINS KNOWING THAT ANY TIME IN THE FUTURE THEY THE PARLIAMENTARIANS LIKE US MERE MORTALS CAN BE JAILED FOR UNLAWFUL ACTS!
  • signed 2017-06-09 08:31:05 +1000
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  • signed 2017-06-06 13:02:58 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-05 19:28:06 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-04 16:40:23 +1000
    FED UP
  • signed 2017-06-04 11:35:30 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-04 10:27:23 +1000
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  • signed 2017-06-03 15:20:45 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-03 13:43:51 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-03 13:16:30 +1000
    Long overdue reform – transparency is the prime criteria surely in decision making for the community. Thank you Jamie for taking this up.
  • signed 2017-06-03 12:45:49 +1000
    Elisabeth Mortimer
  • signed 2017-06-03 07:19:56 +1000
    Australia is like a corrupt third world country it has to STOP!!
  • signed 2017-06-03 06:25:25 +1000
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  • signed 2017-06-02 17:13:09 +1000
  • signed 2017-06-02 16:49:09 +1000
    Tell them to stop hobbling ICAC and get them to look at Baird and his shady deals on Westconnex and Transurban, among others. If Greiner’s on the board of Transurban and then he’s appointed to a board deciding Sydney’s future transport needs, surely that is a conflict of interest?
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