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Calls for Sinodinos to "step aside" amid ICAC allegationsBY LAURA MILLAN | TUESDAY, 18 MAR 2014 12:35PM
A Labor MP has called for Assistant Treasurer Senator Arthur Sinodinos to step aside during the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) inquiry into his involvement with the Eddie Obeid-linked Australian Water Holdings (AWH).
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