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Constitutional, Parliamentary & Electoral Reform

Political reform of political institutions usually means proposals for constitutional, parliamentary or electoral reform.

Reform proposals are also offered for political parties, as well as for electoral funding, donation and disclosure laws. Reforms to regulate the behaviour of pressure groups and lobbyists also arise from time to time, as do proposals to reform the operation of the executive branch of government.

In practice, reform proposals often overlap a number of areas.

The archives below focus on Constitutional, Parliamentary and Electoral reform.

Constitutional Reform

Parliamentary Reform

Electoral Reform

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