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The governor's ex-boyfriend was involved in selling visas to the Chinese, the Interior Ministry said

Source: xkb.com.au
[Current News]     19 Oct 2020
The scandal involving the disgraced former Wagga Wagga councillor Maguire (Daryl Maguire) has been renewed. He allegedly made representations to the Federal Ministry of the Interior during his parliament tenure.
The governor's ex-boyfriend was involved in selling visas to the Chinese, the Interior Ministry said

An underground affair between former councillor Maguire and the governor of the new state, Berry Giklian, has been revealed. (Daily Telegraph Photo)

The scandal involving the disgraced former Wagga Wagga councillor Maguire (Daryl Maguire) has been renewed. He allegedly made representations to the Federal Ministry of the Interior during his parliament tenure.

Maguire has been accused of a "money-for-visa" scam Chinese investors. He is alleged to be able to draw $15,000 per order.

A Senate Evaluation Committee (Senate estimates committee) heard that many people associated with Marquille's activities had already attracted the attention of the Ministry of the Interior.

The governor's ex-boyfriend was involved in selling visas to the Chinese, the Interior Ministry said

Second Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior. (Daily Telegraph Photo)

The Ministry of the Interior's, confirmed that his department is assisting the state's ICAC investigation. His "preliminary" informed the ICAC that Maguire had made representations to the Federal government regarding visas.

"I believe it is. I have asked for further details. "he said.

Pezorro also confirmed that a number of others associated with the Maquil "conspiracy" had previously been targeted by the Ministry of the Interior.

"During the ICAC's investigation, I can inform the relevant committee that some of the persons associated with the case —— if you wish to call it that, have already attracted attention. But that doesn't mean Mr. Maguire himself. "

Pezorro also revealed that the Ministry of the Interior has not been able to determine the number of individuals or enterprises involved in Marquille activities.

But he added :" I'm sure we' ll figure out when and how many visas and how many natural persons (physical persons) are involved. "

"If this involves the implementation of the Federation law, we will act. "

But he said he was unable to "disclose" whether or not any of the people who had obtained visas under Maguire's scheme were still in Australia or still eligible.

He said the Home Office's current focus was "to assist the ICAC at its request ", but that he would not hesitate to conduct an internal investigation if necessary.

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