The New South Wales anti-corruption watchdog will spend six weeks probing allegations of an illegal donations racket involving Labor, Chinese donors and “possible foreign influence in NSW electoral purposes”.The Independent Commission Against Corruption (Icac) formally announced on Wednesday that it would hold a public inquiry into donations NSW Labor received from the Chinese Friends of Labor and others.It will examine whether the groups set up a scheme to “circumvent prohibitions or…



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