The Naval Special Warfare play governor has emphatically backed Crest Resorts chairman Helen of Troy Coonan as the castled cassino whale prepares to outlet its one-half time period net results.
The Naval Special Warfare Independent Spirits and Gambling Authorisation chairman Prince Philip Crawford says it's vital Ms Coonan cadaver at the helm afterward the resignation of honcho executive director Ken Barton and three directors in the awake of a scathing report which plant the company inapplicable to concur a cassino licence.
"I need her to stick around," Mr Crawford told 2GB wireless on Thursday.
"Crown's in crisis management and I'm delighted I've got someone to talk to. If she was gone I don't know who we'd have to talk to," he aforementioned.
The next of theater director idnpoker Harold Mitchell is hanging down in the balance, with Mr Crawford saying "he needs to move on".
"Watch this space," he said.
The future of Crown's $2.5 jillion gambling casino at Sydney's Barangaroo would be decided in "weeks or months".
"We want to give them the opportunity to see if they can fix up their problems," Mr Crawford aforementioned.
"If they can't ... the licence will go.
"They've got to have on with it as cursorily as they rear end."
The independent report into Crown by Commissioner Patricia Bergin exposed allegations of money laundering and said the company needed to make sweeping cultural changes if it wanted to be considered a suitable operator.
It means the casino component of Crown's harbourside skyscraper is in limbo, while a hotel and restaurants in the tower have already opened.