Interview on ABC News Radio Friday 18th October – listen here

Former judges and legal experts are calling for caps on electoral expenditure, real time disclosure of large donations, and tighter rules around around former MPs becoming lobbyists for industry.

The Centre for Public Integrity has identified those as key among a raft of reforms it says are needed in the wake of the 2019 election.

The Centre has submitted a 15 point plan on undue influence to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters, thats been sitting in Canberra this week

Former judge, Anthony Whealy QC, is Chair of The Centre for Public Integrity and spoke to ABC NewsRadio’s Sandy Aloisi.