“I think it’s incredibly important,” Mr Perrottet said.
Ms Berejiklian, who resigned as prime minister last month, spent two days at the witness stand of the Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC).
The former prime minister will have to wait until December 20 to hear about the first recommendations of her case and then probably wait until the second half of 2022 to hear the commission’s findings.
The time frame leaves Mrs Berejiklian in limbo, effectively ending any proposal she would make at the forthcoming federal election.
“I intend to move on with my life and thank everyone for their support,” Mrs Berejiklian said yesterday.
“It has been my honor and my privilege to serve you in my role.”
Sir. Perrottet says he will wait to see the commission’s results, but he would not rule out changes to the ministerial law, but he bent on limiting the number of private phones that an MP or minister may use.
“It is important that information relevant to ministerial decision-making is carried out in accordance with the rules in place,” the Prime Minister said.