Heat still on D’Orazio

Even though Premier Alan Carpenter continues to stand by his Police and Justice Minister John D’Orazio, there remains a wide chorus of calls for him to stand down from the position. Mr D’Orazio was recently cleared of any wrong doing over the ‘Godfather’ affair when the Corruption and Crime Commission found there was no evidence of any corruption at a meeting Mr D’Orazio held at his Morley electoral office. Now there are calls from prominent voices within the union movement, including Transport Workers Union boss Jim McGiveron, as well as members of the public, for him to be sacked over his failure to pay staff their superannuation entitlements at his former pharmacy business.

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