Deputy Speaker, we have heard a bit of obfuscation today about lifestyle audits, but let us look at what the Ministry has done.
Two years ago the Ministry set up this wonderful beast that the Minister came to Parliament and told us was going to fight corruption. It was called the Anti-Corruption Inspectorate, and it was going to go out into municipalities around the country and root out the corrupt officials and prosecute them. Well, two years later we have seen nothing but an organisation that has sat on its hands whilst municipalities have been pillaged by municipal councillors and officials.
I want to say to you that if you had been on a game show today, you would have been sent home for the original answer that you gave, because it was the wrong answer. There is a causal link between poor audit outcomes and corruption and maladministration in municipalities. If you can stand here in Parliament today and deny that, then this country is in a lot more trouble than I originally thought.
So, I want to know what you are going to do about this Anti-Corruption Inspectorate, seeing that it has done nothing concrete for the last two years. What are you going to do about it? [Interjections.]