The ABC’s Kym Agius has compiled (18.3.16) a history timeline of past referendum issues and results in Queensland.
‘Queenslanders will vote on Saturday whether to change the state’s constitution to fix parliamentary terms to four years.
‘Since 1899 there have been seven referendums, the last of which was in 1992 for daylight saving. Take a look back at which ones made it through and those that failed.’
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