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Fixed four-year terms: YES or NO? Two questions, only one answer allowed. Confused?

Professor Roger Scott criticises a flawed process.

Professor Graeme Orr puts the NO case.

Shadow Attorney General Ian Walker puts the YES case.

The local chapter of the Australasian Study of Parliament Group held an expert panel discussion (14.4.16) to debate the merits of fixed four-year terms. The Queensland Parliament has produced a transcript of the discussion.

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