The NSW gaming watchdog has called for two more Crown directors to resign from the embattled casino empire following the scathing findings of a year-long inquiry.
- Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority chairman Philip Crawford says Crown directors Harold Mitchell and John Poynton should go
- Former Liberal Party leader John Hewson says the Crown deal with the NSW government “has got a stench about it”
- Mr Crawford says he would not hesitate to strip Crown of its casino licence if they do not fix the company culture and anti-money laundering systems
Four directors, including CEO Ken Barton, have so far quit in the aftermath of the final report of Commissioner Patricia Bergin, which was released publicly last week.
But in a candid interview with 7.30, the chairman of the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority [ILGA] Philip Crawford said he did not think Crown had “blown itself up”…