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A way of breaking the referendum deadlock!

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“Australia needs a circuit breaker when it comes to constitutional change. One option would be for parliament or an independent body to hold a review of the Constitution…This could be one way of educating the community and drawing them into a conversation about how the Constitution can reflect their aspirations for the nation. An independent commission should also be charged with engaging with constitutional change in a non-partisan manner. It should have an ongoing role of identifying where there is a need for reform and where this would attract broad community support.” George Williams, Dean of Law, University of NSW
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By Glenn Barnes

17 December 2019



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