Comment by tonytran2015: The bureaucrats and the builders agreed among themselves that the cladding materials are safe, ordinary people were kept out of the discussions. They used the materials and made huge profits for themselves.
Now it is found that they made the wrong decisions and ordinary people have to pay States taxes to rectify their works which gave them huge profits. Is this fair?
The South Australian Government has been ordered to reveal documents
about the fire risk posed by cladding on the Adelaide Convention Centre, with the state’s independent umpire rejecting arguments that the release of the information could put the public building at risk of attack.