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Flat White

Andrews pandemic powers push voters over the edge

15 November 2021

6:10 PM

15 November 2021

6:10 PM

As Victorian voters show early signs of recovery from their 262 days in lockdown Daniel Andrews’ Spring Street outfit is showing clear signs of disarray.

Forget the state’s natural environment. It’s Victoria’s political ecology that is in dire trouble. We’re running a little low on democracy and the punters have (finally) noticed.

Whether the Premier and his supplicants look back or forward, left or right they (and we) can see and smell the distinctive whiff of decay. 

The preconditions for the end of Labor are coming into sharper focus.

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