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  • Double dissolution election: implications for the Senate Posted 29/01/2016 by Rob Lundie Prime Minister Turnbull has a number of triggers and potential triggers should he opt for a double dissolution election. If the Prime Minister decides to call a double dissolution election prior to the Budget (10 May), both Houses
    Date: 29/01/2016 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4333643 - Source: FlagPost - Author: LUNDIE, Rob

  • Closure of Federal Election Polling Places Posted 17/12/2015 by Damon Muller In evidence to Senate Estimates in October 2015 the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) revealed that it was considering reducing the number of polling places at federal elections by about 800 (out of around 8,000 at the 2013 federal election).
    Date: 17/12/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4285966 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MULLER, Damon

  • $1.2 billion in higher education and welfare savings set to pass Posted 1/12/2015 by Michael Klapdor On 26 November, the Government introduced the Labor 2013-14 Budget Savings (Measures No. 2) Bill 2015 which proposes amendments affecting student payments, university funding, university fees and the Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP). Similar
    Date: 01/12/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4240735 - Source: FlagPost - Author: KLAPDOR, Michael - G...

  • July 17, 2015 A snapshot of current trends for women in leadership Posted 18/11/2015 by Joy McCann The recent decision by Canada’s new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to appoint equal numbers of men and women to his cabinet made headlines around the world. The issue of gender representation has also
    Date: 18/11/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4214454 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MCCANN, Joy

  • ISSN 2203-5249 RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2015-16 5 NOVEMBER 2015 Burma’s 2015 national elections: a quick guide Dr Cameron Hill Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security Section The Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, hereafter ‘Burma’, announced in July this year that it would hold elections for national, state,
    Date: 05/11/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4177060 - Source: Research Paper Series (Pa... - Author: HILL, Cameron

  • ISSN 2203-5249 RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2015-16 UPDATED 2 OCTOBER 2015 Composition of Australian parliaments by party and gender: a quick guide Dr Joy McCann and Hannah Gobbett Politics and Public Administration Section This Quick Guide contains the most recent tables showing the composition of Australian parliaments by party and gender.
    Date: 02/10/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3681701 - Source: Research Paper Series (Pa... - Author: MCCANN, Joy - GOBBET...

  • 5 WHAT DIDN’T MAKE THE NEWS Births and deaths A number of former members of parliament, and one sitting member, have passed away recently. In chronological order, they are as follows: April 2015—Peter Walsh, AO (b. March 1935), former ALP Senator for WA, 1975-93, and Adrian Gibson (b. Nov 1935),
    Date: 01/10/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4133142 - Source: OFF THE SHELF

  • A quick overview of the proposed Senate electoral system Posted 22/09/2015 by Damon Muller In an interview with the ABC’s Radio National on 22 September 2015 the new Special Minister of State, Hon Mal Brough MP, indicated that he intended to pursue reform of the Senate electoral system. Citing the
    Date: 22/09/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4107821 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MULLER, Damon

  • ISSN 2203-5249 RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2015-16 17 SEPTEMBER 2015 2015 Queensland state election: an overview Dr Joy McCann and Simon Speldewinde Politics and Public Administration Section Executive summary • This paper provides an overview of the issues and outcomes for the January 2015 election for the Queensland Legislative Assembly. Where
    Date: 17/09/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4080372 - Source: Research Paper Series (Pa... - Author: MCCANN, Joy - SPELDE...

  • Prime ministers and recent Liberal Party leadership challenges Posted 15/09/2015 by Cathy Madden On Tuesday 15 September 2015 Malcolm Turnbull was sworn in as Australia’s 29th Prime Minister. This resulted from a challenge by Mr Turnbull to Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s leadership of the federal Parliamentary Liberal Party on the
    Date: 15/09/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4080317 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MADDEN, Cathy

  • The 2015 Canning By-Election Posted 21/08/2015 by Damon Muller The Speaker of the House of Representatives has announced a by-election for the federal seat of Canning, in Western Australia, following the death of the sitting member, Mr Don Randall, on 21 July 2015. The by-election will be held on 19
    Date: 21/08/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/4036454 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MULLER, Damon

  • Electing the party leader - recent events in Australia and the UK Posted 22/05/2015 by Deirdre McKeown Australia Australian Greens On the morning of 6 May 2015 leader of the Australian Greens (AG), Senator Christine Milne,announced her resignation as leader of the party. The new leader, Senator Richard Di Natale,
    Date: 22/05/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3854279 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MCKEOWN, Deirdre

  • United Kingdom 2015 Election: some Australian comparisons Posted 13/05/2015 by Rob Lundie At the 2013 federal election, Australia returned from a ‘hung’ parliament to the historically more usual situation whereby either Labor or the Coalition holds an absolute majority of seats in the House of Representatives. The United Kingdom general
    Date: 13/05/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3854278 - Source: FlagPost - Author: LUNDIE, Rob

  • RESEARCH PAPER SERIES, 2014-15 4 MAY 2015 Commonwealth Parliament from 1901 to World War I Rob Lundie and Dr Joy McCann Politics and Public Administration Section Executive summary • The Commonwealth Parliament of Australia was just 13 years old when World War I broke out on 28 July 1914. •
    Date: 04/05/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3810416 - Source: Research Paper Series (Pa... - Author: LUNDIE, Rob - MCCANN...

  • It's my party Posted 10/04/2015 by Damon Muller By Dude7248 (Own workown) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons If a sitting MP has resigned from the political party under which they were elected, why would they form a new one? There are two reasons. First, it is relatively easy to register
    Date: 10/04/2015 - Collection: Publications - ID: library/prspub/3770256 - Source: FlagPost - Author: MULLER, Damon

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