Category: State Politics

Use Of Force – Nuclear Resistance Is Futile

While Peter Dutton and David Littleproud believe they’re on a winner by taking nuclear energy to the 2025 Australian election, their Liberal National Party colleagues in Queensland who are trying to win the state election in October remain unenthusiastic. Nevertheless the pair insist once they are given a mandate any resistance from premiers and communities is a moot point because they can wield the constitution to forcibly acquire property from public and private ownership for the reactors.

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Uneasy path to Treaty for Qld LNP

The Queensland LNP state conference has exposed the dysfunction over Indigenous policy. Littleproud’s no treaty with Indigenous people conflicts with Crisafulli’s support for the Queensland government’s Path to Treaty.

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No fact-checking in referendum pamphlet

Voters shouldn’t expect too much from the release of the First Nations Voice referendum pamphlet released today. Professor Emerita Anne Twomey is a constitutional law solicitor and spoke recently about the contents of such documents from past referenda which may contain misinformation.

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