Phillip Paulwell, Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Representatives, is calling for more members to be brought into the law which will require them to make their Integrity Commission filings public.     Speaking in the House on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Pauwell recalled that the prime minister had announced that the Integrity Commissions Act would be amended to make mandatory the public disclosure of the integrity filings by the Prime Minister, the Minsiter of Finance, the Leader of the Opposition and the Opposition Spokesperson on Finance.

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However, while acknowledging his support for the initiative, Mr. Paulwell suggested that both leaders of the Lower House – the Leader of Government Business and the Leader of Opposition Business – be brought within that framework.

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  The leader of opposition business declared that in good faith, and in anticipation of the amendment to the law, he will be making his Integrity Commission findings public “within the coming weeks”.

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“I have already advised the chairman of the Integrity Commission in writing and have gotten the response today.

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But I have also sought his cooperation in providing me as soon as possible, certified copies of all my returns along with all communications between the Commission and myself since I entered Parliament in 1995 to now.

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Thereafter, I will publish the documents covering these 22 years and all subsequent declarations,” Mr.

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Paulwell announced.  He said the documents will be published on a website but without the names of  beneficiaries, personal addresses and account numbers.

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