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Did Powerful Lobbyists Have a Roll in Gladys Berejiklian’s Demise

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian shocked many today when she held a press conference to announce her resignation.  This should come as no surprise to NSW with constant speculation that Ms Berejiklian was under investigation from ICAC over her relationship with former Liberal MP Daryl Maguire that she failed to disclose.  Mr Maguire is already under investigation over a $5.5 million dollar grant he pursued for a shooting association in his electorate.

Media have constantly tried to raise the issue with Ms Berejiklian at daily Covid-19 press conferences and she would often snap back at reporters and refuse to answer any questions on it.  Despite the allegations being thrown towards Ms Berejiklian she maintained her grip on power in the state of New South Wales.

Clive Palmer discussing accusations of Gladys Berejiklian being protected from ICAC investigation.

United Australian Party founder and backer Clive Palmer spectacularly claimed in a press conference that political lobbyist who were being paid tens of millions of dollars by Pfizer and Astra Zeneca were using their power in Sydney to stop the ICAC investigation as long as Ms Berejiklian continued to push the vaccines.  However, in the last few weeks we have seen a change of tone from Ms Berejiklian allowing the construction industry to return to 100% capacity with no mandated vaccination requirements.  We have also seen some concessions for the unvaccinated such as the ability for both vaccinated and the unvaccinated to return to in person church services in a week’s time and for all unvaccinated people to get most of their freedoms back on December 1st 2021.  Could the announcement of the ICAC investigation into Ms Berejiklian be pay back for her softer approach on mandated vaccines?

It will be interesting to see what comes out of this investigation and who becomes the new leader of the NSW Liberal Party, will they fall into line and push vaccines harder to appease the powerful pharma lobbyist.

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