Gillard hangs on, but her uneasy coalition may have stormy waters ahead – Australian Federal election update.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(07 Nov 2010)
In August, Patrick Dunleavy blogged that every key ‘Westminster model’ country now had a hung Parliament, following Australia’s election. With a referendum on introducing the Alternative Vote for House of Commons elections due in May 2011, and the coalition government due to announce plans for replacing the House of Lords with a PR-elected chamber in January, there is a real prospect that Britain’s future constitutional and electoral arrangements may look thoroughly Australian in their design. Chris Gilson presents an update on post-coalition forming developments ‘down under’
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