Eight people have reported sexual harassment at the hands of SA MPs or their staffers in the past five years.
- Eight people have reported sexual harassment by MPs or their staff in the South Australian Parliament, a report has found
- The Equal Opportunity Commissioner’s report found allegations of sexually suggestive and unwelcome comments, indecent exposure, and physical assault
- Allegations against Liberal MP Sam Duluk, along with Parliament’s workplace culture, prompted the investigation
A report by South Australia’s Equal Opportunity Commission has found “sexual and discriminatory harassment is prevalent in the parliamentary workplace”.
Allegations include sexually suggestive and unwelcome comments, indecent exposure, and…