$ 1 Billion visa process deal may go to Turnbull’s friend owned Pacific Blue Capital said Labor Mark Dreyfus which will be a conflict of interest. On the other hand, the Government of Australia refuted the charges. It said that the visa processing tender was competitive and did not have any involvement of the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Labor Party has expressed concerns that the $ 1 Billion visa process deal for privatization of Australia visas may go to one of the former employees of Malcolm Turnbull. Meanwhile, the Australian government has said that the Prime Minister had no role in the allotment of the tender, as quoted by the Guardian.
It has been reported that Pacific Blue Capital is also planning to bid for the tender for privatization of Australia visa processing. The firm is run by the friend and former employee of Turnbull, Scott Briggs. Briggs has formed a companies’ consortium in the efforts to win the visa deal and these include NAB and Qantas.
Dreyfus raised the issue of conflict of interest of the Prime Minister in the visa deal in the Parliament of Australia. He said that the firm Pacific Blue Capital was reportedly launched by Turnbull. It is run by Briggs who was earlier working in the private investment firm of Turnbull.
The Australian government said that this is being done to defame Turnbull. Christopher Pyne the leader of the House said that Prime Minister has no liability for public tenders in portfolios of other Ministers.
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