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Review of Queensland’s electoral system

The Queensland Government is seeking public feedback about the state’s electoral system and possible changes to improve electoral laws.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, Jarrod Bleijie, has released a discussion paper to encourage members of the public and stakeholders to submit their views and ideas about the Electoral Act 1992.

The discussion paper canvasses a range of options for reform to political donations, public funding for elections and election campaign expenditure. It also discusses issues including the voting system, voter enrolment, postal voting and political advertising.

Mr Bleijie said the Government was seeking submissions on these issues and any other matters relevant to Queensland’s electoral system. The Government will consider the submissions before deciding its position on electoral reform.

Submissions close on 1 March 2013.

Last reviewed
8 January 2013
Last updated
8 January 2013

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