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Australia stubbornly refuses to become a republic – with good reason

19 January 2022

4:00 AM

19 January 2022

4:00 AM

Back in high school days, a group of fellow students at a model United Nations conference rankled the organisers by suggesting – through mock UN security council resolution – that the long-running Kashmir conflict be resolved by a winner-take-all One Day International between India and Pakistan.

While partly facetious (some of our mob were serious), it appears the Australian Republic Movement has put forward a similarly cricket-inspired theme in its proposed Australian XI or ‘Australia Choice’ model.

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