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الرئيسية | استراليا | Pictured: Salim Mehajer with Kings Cross identity Fadi Ibrahim and his bodyguard 'Tongan Sam' ahead of a public inquiry into the former deputy mayor's past

Pictured: Salim Mehajer with Kings Cross identity Fadi Ibrahim and his bodyguard 'Tongan Sam' ahead of a public inquiry into the former deputy mayor's past

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Salim Mehajer (middle right) has been pictured with two gangland figures - Kings Cross identity Fadi Ibrahim (middle left) and the family's long time body guard commonly known as Tongan Sam (left)

Salim Mehajer was pictured alongside two Kings Cross gangland figures

The former Auburn deputy mayor posed with Fadi Ibrahim and Tongan Sam

This comes ahead of an inquiry into Mr Mehajer's alleged abuse of power

The inquiry will look at allegations of vote rigging and improper behaviour

 

 

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer has been pictured with two gangland figures ahead of a public inquiry into the controversial figure's background.

 

Mr Mehajer, who rose to fame after shutting down several streets for his gaudy wedding in August, is seen smiling alongside Kings Cross identity Fadi Ibrahim and the family's long-time body guard Semi Ngata, more commonly known as Tongan Sam, the Daily Telegraph reported.

 

Mr Ibrahim, often described as the most reserved and private of his five high-profile siblings, was shot five times after being ambushed by a gunman outside his luxurious Sydney home in 2009.

 

Ngata proved his loyalty to the Ibrahim family for more than a decade and over the years faced a string of charges including assault, carrying a weapon with intent and possessing items intended to be used in the manufacture of ice.

 

According to the Daily Telegraph, the image was posted to Mr Mehajer's Facebook account recently - just before an investigation into whether the former deputy mayor used his position to for financial gain.

 

The inquiry, which is set to commence on Tuesday, will examine claims relating to alleged improper conduct by the local government including allegations that a number of councillors rezoned personal land and developments through a recently created loophole and that votes had been rigged.

 

Mr Mehajer, who is expected to be at the forefront of a public inquiry, was suspended from office after a report found the property developer had failed to disclose a pecuniary interest on three occasions.

 

The tribunal said the breaches, which related to a property owned by Mr Mehajer's company at 3 Mary Street, Auburn were 'extremely serious'.

 

Mr Mehajer had failed to disclose his financial interest prior to three council meetings about an amendment which would affect the development of the property.

 

A valuer said the rule change - which increased floor space ratios and height limits - would increase see the value of the property balloon by $1 million.

 

'The breaches were extremely serious as the pecuniary interest was high,' said principal member David Patten.

 

The controversial western Sydney figure was also criticised for showing 'serious lack of respect to investigators'.

 

When the Office of Local Government requested an interview about the matter, he replied that he had many commitments.

 

'I have no issues with attending any interview. However, please work with me to allocate a time that suits my busy schedule,' he wrote in an email dated July 24, 2015.

 

All councillors were asked to stand down from their positions while the public inquiry takes place.

 

Local Government Minister Paul Toole said that if councillors still had access to 'council staff and records' during the investigation it could 'frustrate the public inquiry.'

 

Auburn councillor Irene Simms, who has publicly criticised Cr Mehajer in the past, said she was 'shattered' by the decision to suspend all of the Auburn councillors.

 

'Lots of people have wanted an investigation, and have wanted Salim Mehajer to go for a long time. But it's not just about Salim, it's about the council in ­general,' she said, according to the Parramatta Advertiser.

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