Australasian Parliamentary Review
Autumn 2014. Vol 29, No. 1
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role of the Speaker in minority government – the
case of the Australian House of Representatives 2010–2013. David
in parliamentary democracies: a framework for comparison. Bruce
oversight arrangements – re-thinking the Separation
of Powers. John McMillan
the gap: the case for a Commonwealth Anti-Corruption and Misconduct
Commission. Brian Toohey
parliament's oversight capacity through MPs' professional development. Ken Coghill, Ross Donohue, Colleen Lewis
speeches in the New South Wales parliament. Gareth
future of euthanasia politics in the Australian state parliaments. Alison
upper houses have ministers? John Young
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