Sally Whyte November 9, 2017 11 Comments
Legal experts explain whether or not it would be possible to question decisions of former ministers.
William Bowe June 19, 2017 7 Comments
After all the controversy of the past couple of months, there has been a curious resurgence in support for Pauline Hanson's One Nation.
Crikey February 15, 2017
Not as bad as conservatives would have you believe.
Stephen Mayne February 2, 2017 4 Comments
The financial services sector has been revealed as the most generous industry for Australia’s political parties in the 2015-16 donations data.
Bernard Keane February 1, 2017 4 Comments
Careful how you interpret the latest political donations figures -- the reporting system is so bad, it's almost impossible to keep a proper eye on the major political parties.
Crikey November 23, 2016 8 Comments
Constitutional rules surrounding Australian elections represent centuries-old British legal language and morality. And they should be done away with.
Bernard Keane July 15, 2016 6 Comments
A company at the very heart of the China's draconian security regime is helping guard our ballot papers, courtesy of a contract with the Australian Electoral Commission, write Bernard Keane and Asher Wolf.
Crikey July 11, 2016 4 Comments
The new Senate ballot counting process is efficient, but is it transparent? An anonymous election technology expert explains how the process works.
Bernard Keane July 8, 2016 24 Comments
We're waiting for the election result, waiting to see when Malcolm Turnbull develops an agenda, or gets rolled, and we've been waiting for years, always waiting for the next thing in politics that never arrives.