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Voting systems matter – ours is a problem

Our politicians are secure in the knowledge they can ignore the base

10 October 2020

9:00 AM

10 October 2020

9:00 AM

For those readers who share my right-of-centre political preferences, cast your eye over the state of Liberal party politics in this country.  It’s pretty abysmal isn’t it? In Victoria and Queensland the Liberal/LNP oppositions are wholly useless. They don’t stand on any noticeable freedom-loving principles or for small government. They don’t attack the two awful Labor premiers in any way you could distinguish from a wet noodle.

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