The Whistleblowers (Disclosure to Member of Parliament) Amendment Act 2007 has been passed by the Queensland Parliament.
It will commence on a date to be proclaimed.
The Act amends the Whistleblowers Protection Act. It will allow a public officer to make a public interest disclosure to
a member of the Legislative Assembly who may refer it to the
appropriate public sector entity. The member has no role in
investigating the disclosure.
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Posted 8th April 2007 by David Jacobson in Whistleblowers