Australasian Parliamentary Review
Autumn 2010. Vol 25, No. 1
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#An Analysis of the Sources of Public Accounts Committee Inquiries: The Australian Experience, Kerry Jacobs, Kate Jones & David Smith
AUSTRALASIAN STUDY OF PARLIAMENT GROUP CONFERENCE 2009:
Parliamentary Opposition and Overview
#Educating and Training Parliamentarians, C. Neesham, P. Holland, C. Lewis, K. Coghill & R. Donohue
'Queensland Speaks': A progress report, Roger Scott and Peter Spearitt
Formal v. Informal Oppositions
The Media and the Opposition, Judy Maddigan
An Analysis of Parliamentary Questions raised by Opposition in the Uttar Pradesh (India) State Legislative Assembly, Suman Ojha and Sanjay Mishra
Independents and Cross Benches
The Age of Independence? Independents in Australian Parliaments, Mark Rodrigues & Scott Brenton
Vigorous Democracy, Christine Milne
Resources for Oppositions
What’s In It for Us? Why Governments Need Well Resourced Parliaments, Jordan Bastoni and Clement Macintyre
Houses and Opposition
Being in Opposition - Opportunities Lost, Russell D. Grove
REPORT FOR ASPG
Timor-Leste in 2009: A Report, Robyn Smith
The South Australian Election 2010: A Summary, Dean Jaensch
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