BY A J BROWN
Will Australia continue to evolve towards a general-purpose, stand-alone anti-corruption agency at the federal level? Does it need to?
Important light on both questions is about to be shed by two events: publication of the report … Read the rest
BY BYRON KAREMBA
It is often claimed that the constitutional history of the United Kingdom is the history of the tension between the Crown and Parliament. This historical narrative emphasises the ascendency of the latter institution over the former. It … Read the rest
BY DANIEL REYNOLDS & GEORGE WILLIAMS
Over the past two decades, the idea of petitioning the Australian Parliament has been quietly heading towards extinction. A petition is a document signed by members of the public that requests Parliament to undertake … Read the rest