The Northern Territory Opposition has accused the Chief Minister of using the anti-corruption watchdog to draw attention away from his handling of a scandal embroiling the Labor Party.
- The Member for Blain, Mark Turner, was expelled from the Labor caucus last week
- Mr Turner told Parliament he’d had an “inappropriate” relationship
- The Opposition has accused the Chief Minister of failing to investigate claims when they emerged
Over the past week, the Labor Member for Blain, Mark Turner, has been expelled from Caucus after what Michael Gunner told Parliament was his failure to be upfront over the extent of his involvement with a “private citizen”.
A Labor staffer has also resigned in the wake of the scandal. At a press conference on…