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Australia to impose nationally consistent match-fixing laws

18th November 2011 9:05 am GMT

Australia has moved closer to implementing a national policy on match-fixing which would include jail sentences of up to ten years for match-fixers, after state and territory law ministers agreed to seek cabinet approval for nationally consistent criminal offences.

Attorney-General Robert McClelland and Minister for Justice Brendan O’Connor welcomed the agreement by the Standing Council on Law and Justice meeting in Launceston to tackle match-fixing in sport.

“Australians love their sport, and want to see their champions [...]

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