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Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Senate Voting Reform

29 Feb 2016

Lee asks of Commissioner of the Australian Electoral Commision, Tom Rogers, how voting reform would be implemented, and what efforts will be taken to educate voters on the changes.

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Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Senate Voting Reform

29 Feb 2016

On this day of the committee, Lee used her time to question various experts and stakeholders about claims that Senate voting reform undermines democracy. The answers received made clear that these reforms strengthen the power of voters to decide where their vote ultimately goes. With these changes, political parties will no longer be able to rely on backroom preference deals to corral votes. 

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Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Senate Voting Reform

29 Feb 2016

Lee takes on preference whisperer Glenn Druery and his agenda to maintain a voting system built on backroom deals and disempowered voters.

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Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Senate Voting Reform

28 Feb 2016

Lee calls out Labor's real motivations for standing against voting reform.

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Senator Waters questions IPA on gender balance on government boards

12 Oct 2015

How long do you think women have to wait for discrimination to be wiped out?

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Submission: NSW inquiry into local government

14 Jul 2015

The Greens believe that the most important issue for local government in NSW is its effectiveness in providing a forum for community participation and democratic decision making by residents of local communities.

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