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'It would be a political miracle' if Berejiklian survives: Andrew Clennell

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New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has shown an unwillingness to diverge from the evidence she gave to the ICAC inquiry on Monday in case she is recalled to the inquiry, says Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell.

“Gladys Berejiklian is in a lot of trouble, anyone in the state would say that, even her strongest supporters,” Mr Clennell said.

“She thinks its safest now to stick to the line, to stick to the evidence she gave, she doesn’t expect to be called back.

“I’d be very surprised if she isn’t called back after all this evidence, it may be something she’s probed on on oath again, so of course she has to be careful about what she says now.”

Mr Clennell said he remained confident Ms Berejiklian would have to resign following the evidence that came out of the inquiry.

“I can’t say when, I can’t say how,” he told Sky News.

“I just feel the momentum is building, ICAC are not going after a premier in the fashion that they are unless they perceive there is a problem there.

“I think it would be a little bit of a political miracle if she survives.”
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