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The leader of the Conservative Party at Holyrood made the comment on BBC Radio 4’sWorld at One programme.
Mr Salmond, the former first minister of Scotland, has accused his successor Nicola Sturgeon of breaching ministerial code over her handling of complaints made against him.
In the latest development, evidence from Mr Salmond was redacted on the order of the Crown Office, a move Ms Davidson said raises “real question marks” about the independence of government institutions.
She added that the case had gone “far beyond Sturgeon versus Salmond”, and had “now got to the structure of democracy in Scotland and whether our institutions are robust or whether they have been corrupted”.