Sir John Ivan Charody

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Sir John Ivan Charody

David Hickie noted that: "In mid-1974 John Ivan Charody, a director of Parkes Development, accompanied Askin on part of his mysterious two-month European tour, which included communist Hungary, Charody's native land. When this emerged, Opposition leader Neville Wran demanded a judicial inquiry into the Government's links with Parkes Development. Askin declined, stating: 'Mr Charody is a personal friend and his knowledge of the language and the country was invaluable.'" [1]

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  1. David Hickie, The Prince and The Premier: The Story of Perce Galea, Bob Askin and the Others Who Gave Organised Crime Its Start in Australia (Angus & Robertson, 1985), p.78.