A summary of the international architectural design of the National Museum, which began last month, was critical because the commission did not meet the minimum requirements set out in the museum's table and that it was paying special attention to the museum world. popular collection
The short was not focused on understanding the "genuine treasure of Powerhouse" focus, since the collection of artifacts and objects was unique.
"A 80-page report is a reference to the collection of more than 500,000 Powerhouse objects, a 1785 Boulton and Watt steam engine and flying Catalina flying South South South Pacific flight in South America, in four lines paragraph," said Greens MP David Shoebridge .
"That's what I thought: the project proves that it is a real estate business that is a cultural investment".
President Robert Borsak, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party, Shoebridge and Shaoquett Moselmane and Walt Secord MP, and three parliamentary governments, Scott Farlow and Shayne Mallard, and Ben Franklin Nationals MP.
Mr Secord said the parliament's inquiry has claimed that Labor's election commemorates the eve of the Powerhouse Museum to keep its site already established and a global organization of Western culture in Sydney.
Fashion Ball controversy also mentioned the management status of the Powerhouse Museum, and the cultural ruin and role of oversight of management and operations of Patronage's museums.
"In the view of the Commission, the success of this event in building contact is a huge success and costs to pay community fees," said the report.
"This event has made it clear that the museum's popularity is already very attractive."
The Commission held 12 public hearings and received 173 deliveries and 34 additional deliveries in June 2016.
"The Commission is not convinced that relocating the Paramat Powerhouse Museum is necessary, the money represents a good value, responds to the needs of the residents of Western Sydney or to the concerns raised by the interest groups that have come before the questionnaire," said the report.
The whole business case of the government was just a political document to justify the shipment, he said.
Linda Morris is a writer and writer at Sydney Morning Herald