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Richard Mulcahy’s trouble with the Hotels Association

By johnboy 5 October 2006 2

Jon Stanhope is taking some joy from the troubles surrounding the Liberal head kicker and Shadow Treasurer, Richard Mulcahy.

The Canberra Times reported last month that the Australian Hotels Association was to consider the findings of a report into its financial affairs encompassing the time when Mr Mulcahy was its national executive director. According to The Canberra Times, the board is due to consider the report’s findings today. I call on Mr Stefaniak to tell us whether he’s sought and received assurances from Mr Mulcahy in relation to the matter reported in The Canberra Times.

With bated breathe we await the outcome of these deliberations. It’s just a shame there hasn’t been a statement from the Liberals to clarify things.

UPDATED: The Chief Minister is happiest when on the attack and is now calling for a secret report into the affair to be made public.

Perhaps they can do a swap, Mulcahy’s AHA report in exchange for the secret Functional Review report?

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Big Al 9:25 pm 05 Oct 06

Yeah right JB – a cabinet document for some jumped up piece of shit from the AHA – like thats going to happen.

publius 10:27 am 05 Oct 06

The Liberals were quick to try and exploit the Rhodium issue and pin the problems on Stanhope. This is a payback by Stanhope and something of a political stunt. He will exploit this situation to try and damage a political opponent. If the shoe was on the other foot, the Liberals would do the same thing. Nevertheless, it is important that this matter be resolved quickly. The public is entitled to know whether it should have confidence in the MLA in question. Already we have seen two articles about this in the Canberra Times over the last two weeks. Natural justice requires that this be dealt with and not strung out.

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