THE Canberra Liberals maintain issues in regards to the Board of Inquiry into the aftermath of the Lehrmann trial, saying the inquiry define doesn’t cowl the “critical allegation of political interference”.
Liberals Chief Elizabeth Lee stated the allegation of political interference was one thing the neighborhood can be involved about.
“I can be trying very intently to make sure that is a part of the phrases of reference,” she stated.
“This inquiry have to be wide-ranging and have a look at all the intense problems with concern from the prosecution by to the trial and subsequent mistrial.
“The different issue can be who can be appointed to run the inquiry. That can even have a big effect on guaranteeing it’s genuinely unbiased and neutral.
“We all know there have been critical and different points raised by the ACT police drive, authorized occupation and the broader public about what has occurred and that’s the reason we referred to as for this holistic, broad-ranging inquiry.”
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Ian Meikle, editor