Premier Daniel Andrews grilled in secret by IBAC for a second time

Premier Daniel Andrews has reportedly been grilled in secret by anti-corruption investigators – for a second time.

Andrews was quizzed over his association with property developer John Woodman, who is currently under investigation for alleged corrupt land deals, The Australian has reported.

It’s the second time that Andrews was questions by the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC).
Premier Daniel Andrews has been grilled in secret by anti-corruption investigators – for a second time. (The Age/Joe Armao)

Last week, it was revealed Andrews was first questioned by IBAC over issues including branch stacking and misuse of public resources.

Andrews refused to answer questions about the report.

“I’m not making any comment on those matters unless and until a final report is handed down,” he said.

“I’m not making any comments on these matters, and you can construct as many questions in as many ways as you see fit.

“That’s fine, that’s your job.”

A state government spokesperson said they would not be commenting on “an active IBAC investigation”.

Reference-www.9news.com.au

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