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    Not sure if I can post this...but here's an interesting article.
    http://blogs.abc.net.au/antonygreen/...r-breathe.html

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    lol Acadaca we posted the same article.

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    I thought a deadlock automatically meant another election, but apparently the PM has to call one. Abbott would never do that bc he's so hated atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    Thank you for allowing the Mods time to clean and re-open this informative thread so to that end, may we respectfully ask that the thread remain on topic and free from posts which are deemed 'not in the spirit of Bubhub'.

    Many members have gained a lot of insight from this thread and therefore it would be a shame to have it permanently closed. Cheers.
    Thanks mods for your time and effort, and for re-opening the thread. Rocking

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    Can the Governor General still sack the prime minister/Government (ala gough Whitlam style) or call an early election?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Can the Governor General still sack the prime minister/Government (ala gough Whitlam style) or call an early election?
    They can, but after that incident I doubt it will ever happen again given the fall out it received.
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    So when does it go to senate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    So when does it go to senate?
    Does that mean it's not set in stone yet?

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    Yes, not set in stone, the Government will try and sweeten the deal so to speak - so "if you vote this thing through, then we will XYZ for you". Basically Labor, the Greens and Palmer have things they want to block, I just hop they don't back donw on anythning!
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    Does that mean it's not set in stone yet?

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