Second Papers Of Panama Leaks Expose The Name Of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Self made Multi-millionaire and current Australian Prime Minster Malcolm Turnbull’s name mentioned in the second tranche of Panama Leaks as the former director of British Virgin Islands gold prospecting offshore company.
The latest installment of Panama leaks still ongoing revelations of high dignitaries’ faces and the name of self made multi-millionaire and Prime Minister of Australia is also listed in the latest unveiling.
Panama scandal second tranche mentioned the Australian Prime Minister name as the former director of gold prospecting offshore company in the damaging revelation in the midst of the election campaign.
Australian Financial Review published on a front page story on Thursday, Mr. Prime Minister who is the former investment banker as well as the former director of a British Virgin Islands that administrated by Panamanian Law firm Mossack Fossack to develop £10 billion gold mine in Siberia.
The details of involvement of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull obtained from offshore company Mossack Fossack by International Consortium of Investigative Journalist (ICIJ), however the details obtained by Panamanian Law firm Mossack Fossack no available on the search engine database of International Consortium of Investigative Journalist (ICIJ) that will have to live to the public.
In 1993, Australian Prime Minister Turnbull became the board member of the Star Mining NL, he with former New South Wales premier Neville Wran appointed the director of Star Mining firm named as Star Technology Systems Limited.
When the opposition pounced on claims and insisting the Prime Minister to answer the questions, Mr. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull surely has denied being involved in any such wrongdoings exposed by the data of Panama paper.
Under the reports, the mining venture made donation to the Russian politician but as the details not available on ICIJ search engine there was no suggestion of Mr. Prime Minister Involvement as well as he reacted properly.