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Features Australia

The Unitary Republic

3 March 2018

9:00 AM

3 March 2018

9:00 AM

Should Australia become a republic, it will greatly damage, and possibly destroy, the independence of the States, making nation-wide experiments in social engineering far easier.

It will be a great step towards giving the Prime Minister absolute control, and bring much closer the long-term objective of the ALP and some Liberals of creating a ‘social laboratory’ with the checks and balances inherent in the federal system vastly weakened or abolished.

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