Police investigating the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins have given prosecutors a brief of evidence.
Earlier this year, Ms Higgins came forward with allegations she was raped by a fellow Liberal Party staffer in 2019.
She has since taken the matter to Australian Federal Police.
ACT Director of Public Prosecutions Shane Drumgold has now received a partial brief of evidence and a request to provide advice on any prosecution.
It is not known when a final decision will be made.
ACT Police declined to comment on the investigation.
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