The NSW Premier clears up Parliament prorogue scandal
Chris O’Keefe has revealed the NSW Parliamentary Inquiries will continue with the Premier insisting he has followed normal proroguing procedure.
It followed heightened speculation about the future of all committees, particularly those involving Dominic Perrottet’s brothers after the Government dissolved parliament five days early.
“The committees will sit next week and this is the same process that is followed at every general election for the past few years,” Chris said.
“I’m told that the committees will sit next week, so if the brothers can be found, they’ll be giving evidence.”
The inquiry into the Hills Shire Council will still take place next week.
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