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Real engagement and dialogue with the electorate are needed to revive our democracy.

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A lot is being written about the loss of electoral appeal and support suffered by Australia's two major political parties. These parties have taken the electors for granted over recent years and are now suffering the consequences of loss of trust and support.  

If our politicians and their parties wish to regain electoral confidence and trust, they must change their practices. Instead of avoiding community discussion, or parading token input, on issues and then implementing partial solutions based on party dogma and political expediency, they need to engage the electorate in informed and broad-scale dialogue.  



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