Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there is currently “a lot of debate” around how much of anti-corruption hearings should be held in public or private.
Mr Clennell told Sky News, “The argument goes both ways – public hearings can destroy reputations when people are not in danger of being corrupt.”
“Private hearings can be abused by corruption watchdogs as well to unfairly target people who are not guilty of any corrupt conduct.
“Some of the penalties for divulging what happens in private hearings in these bodies are extremely draconian too – they can lead to…
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