Greens MP and banking spokesperson Adam Bandt says new revelations of possible illegality by senior RBA officials and businesses in relation to the note bribery scandal means a judicial inquiry is needed. Mr Bandt says only a full and independent inquiry will be capable of clearing the shadow that hangs over the RBA.
"The accumulating scandal can no longer be ignored by the Treasurer," Mr Bandt said.
"The Reserve Bank is a key pillar of the country's economic management. It needs to be able to operate free from the shadow that hangs over it because of this scandal. Mr Swan should establish an inquiry."