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Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme

Frieda Lee, 4th May 2022
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In the lead up to the federal election we’ve been asked to remind you that the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme may apply to a small number of stations. 

If you undertake political lobbying or communication activities on behalf of a foreign principle, you must register information about the nature of your relationship and the activities being undertaken within fourteen days. More information about registrable activities and obligations under the scheme is available on the Attorney-General's Department website.

Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact our Policy Advisor Frieda Lee via frieda.lee@cbaa.org.au or on 02 9318 9600.

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