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The future of Australia’s monarchy

16 September 2022

4:00 AM

16 September 2022

4:00 AM

Sombre recent events have driven pause and reflection, not only upon a life of great service, but on Australia’s connection with the British Crown and our status as a constitutional monarchy. 

While Prime Minister Albanese notes a republic is off the cards in the short-term, it will be increasingly natural over the coming years for Australians to ask – what are the implications of Australia’s monarchy? Are our institutions ‘fit for purpose’ a quarter way into the twenty-first century? 

Australian republicans feel not.

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