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Electoral commissioner 'drunk at work', seen in 'compromising sexual position'

  • Thu, 17 May 2018 08:54

Queensland's former electoral commissioner, Walter van der Merwe, was drunk in the workplace, absent without reasonable excuse, and seen in a compromising position of a "sexual nature" with an employee, an investigation finds.

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