NSW Parliament - Parliamentary and electorate travel entitlements and other parliamentary allowances(first and second reports)

The ICAC investigated the use of parliamentary and electorate travel entitlements and other parliamentary allowances and produced two investigation reports. 

The ICAC's first report on this investigation, made public in April 1998, deals with the conduct of seven members of the NSW Parliament in relation to five air charters organised by one of the MPs when he was Shadow Minister for Transport and Roads. In this report the ICAC made findings of corrupt conduct against one member of Parliament and recommended that consideration be given to his prosecution for specified offences and that consideration should be given by the NSW Legislative Assembly to the taking of action against him in respect of his membership of the Legislative Assembly.

The ICAC's second report on this investigation, made public in December 1998, deals with the ICAC's analysis of the use of the entitlements and allowances allocated to members of the NSW Parliament and the relevant administrative systems operating within the NSW Parliament. Sixty-three recommendations were made in the report for the reform of parliamentary administrative systems.

This report is no longer available online. Request the report.