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Note from the Editor, Professor Rodney Smith
Meet the Editor
Federalism and the Constitution – An Update
The Hon Robert French AC
R v The Prime Minister; Cherry and Others v Advocate General for Scotland
In the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
The Hon. D. L. Harper AM
Does Public Engagement Matter? Parliament, Public Engagement and the Budget Process in Bangladesh*
Nizam Ahmed and Sadik Hasan
Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Ministerial Responsibility in Cases of Serious Policy Failure: The Role of Extra-Parliamentary Inquiry in Upholding Political Legitimacy*
Parliamentary Officer, House of Assembly, Parliament of South Australia
Effective or Affectation? Televising Parliamentary Proceedings and Its Influence on MPs’ Behaviour*
Parliamentary Officer (Broadcasting and Chamber Operations), Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives,
Te Tari o te Manahautū o te Whare Māngai, New Zealand
Back to the 1950s: the 2019 NSW Election*
David Clune and Rodney Smith
Honorary Associate, Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney.
Professor of Australian Politics, Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney.
* Indicates that the article has been double-blind reviewed.
The Law of Politics: Elections, Parties and Money in Australia, by Graeme Orr. Alexandria (NSW): The Federation Press, 2nd edition, 2019. pp. xxxi + 336. Paperback RRP $89.95
YES, We Can… …Rewrite the Australian Constitution, by Klaas Woldring. Milton Keynes: Lightning Source, 2018. pp. 94. ISBN: 978-1-925457-75-9 Paperback approximately $30.00
The Hilton Bombing: Evan Pederick and the Ananda Marga, by Imre Salusinszky. Carlton (Vic.): Melbourne University Press, 2019. pp. 277. ISBN 9780522875492 Paperback RRP $34.99
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