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Potential corruption risks in draft legislation for 2032 Olympic Games organising committee, CCC warns

Provisions to exempt elected officials from declaring conflicts of interest if they are also a director on the 2032 Olympic Games organising committee presents corruption risks, the head of Queensland's corruption watchdog has warned.
The state government introduced legislation into parliament in late October to establish the organising committee for the 2032 Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

The committee will include five independent directors, in addition to the Brisbane Lord Mayor.

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Queensland Crime and Corruption Commissioner chair Alan MacSporran speaks at a media conference.

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