Daryl William Maguire is a Australian former politician know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate ( Age)||25 March 1959|
|Place of Birth||Hay, Australia|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Former Member of the New South Wales Parliament|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
Daryl William Maguire is a Australian former politician who was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing Wagga Wagga for the Liberal Party from 1999 to 2018.Between 2013 and August 2020, Maguire had a close “intimate” relationship with Gladys Berejiklian, who became Premier of New South Wales during that time. Although estranged from his wife from 2013, divorce proceedings did not commence until 2018.
Daryl Maguire Family and Parents
Daryl Maguire was Born 25 March 1959 in Hay, Australia.Maguire has an extensive involvement with local community organisations.Maguire was previously an advisor to the China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful Reunification of China.
Daryl Maguire Wife and Children
Daryl Maguire married to wife Maureen Maguire and later they divorced.The couple have two children together.There is not much information is availble on social media about his personal life.
Daryl Maguire Net Worth
Daryl William Maguire is a Australian former politician who was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million.
Maguire was elected to represent Wagga Wagga in 1999 following the retirement of long-standing member, Joe Schipp. Maguire held the seat comfortably whilst in opposition. In 2003, he was elected Opposition Whip and, after the 2011 state election, became Government Whip.
At the 2011 state election, Maguire was challenged by Dr Joe McGirr, a local doctor and Director of the Emergency Department at Wagga Wagga Base Hospital. Maguire suffered a swing against the Liberal Party of 5.5 points, although won the seat comfortably with 52.5 per cent of the two-party vote.
In July 2018, Maguire was drawn into an inquiry by the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) regarding possible corruption involving the former Canterbury Council, through his association with former councillor Michael Hawatt. It was alleged that Maguire had acted on behalf of a “mega big” Chinese client, asking for help in buying into development-approved projects, in return for a commission from the developer for both himself and Hawatt.
As a consequence, Maguire resigned from the Liberal Party, and from his roles Parliamentary Secretary for the Centenary of ANZAC, Counter Terrorism, Corrections and Veterans.After initially refusing to resign from Parliament,he announced he would do so before its next sitting.Maguire tendered his resignation to the Speaker of the Legislative of Assembly on the afternoon of 3 August 2018.At the ensuing by-election held on 3 September, the Liberals lost almost half of their primary vote from 2015, allowing independent Joe McGirr to end the Liberals’ 61-year hold on Wagga Wagga.
The ICAC, during the course of Operation Dasha, intercepted a series of telephone calls that resulted in a separate inquiry (Operation Keppel) into the conduct of Maguire. Specifically, the ICAC sought to inquire whether, between 2012 and 2018, Maguire engaged in conduct that involved a breach of public trust by using his public office, involving his duties as a Member of Parliament, as a Parliamentary Secretary, and as Chair of the NSW Parliament Asia Pacific Friendship Group to improperly gain a benefit for himself and/or entities close to him.
Appearing before the ICAC on 14 October 2020, Maguire admitted that he used his position as a Member of Parliament and as a Parliamentary Secretary to make money for himself and his associates.Appearing before the same ICAC inquiry, Gladys Berejiklian, the Premier of New South Wales, agreed that she had been in a “close personal relationship” with Maguire from 2015 until August 2020.As of 18 December 2020 Operation Keppel is ongoing.