10 February, 2006

Question 8

Posted in Head of state, Selection of head of state at 2:31 am by copernican

Discussion paper p9

If direct election is the preferred method for election of a non-executive president, will this lead to a situation where the president becomes a rival centre of power to the Government? If so, is this acceptable or not? If not, can the office of head of state be designed so that this situation does not arise?

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Question 7

Posted in Head of state, Selection of head of state at 2:28 am by copernican

Discussion paper p9

If the Australian head of state is to be directly elected, what method of voting should be used?

Question 6

Posted in Head of state, Selection of head of state at 2:27 am by copernican

Discussion paper p9

If assistance is to be given, should this be administered by the Australian Electoral Commission or some other public body?

Question 5

Posted in Head of state, Selection of head of state at 2:25 am by copernican

Discussion paper p9

Should/Can political parties be prevented from assisting or campaigning on behalf of nominees? If so, how?

Question 4

Posted in Head of state, Selection of head of state at 2:24 am by copernican

Discussion paper p9

Should some form of campaign assistance be available to nominees, and if so, what assistance would be reasonable?