Coronavirus shutdown shows it’s time for Australia to have a virtual parliament

With an increasing number of COVID-19 cases being reported across the country, especially in Melbourne and Sydney, the next scheduled sitting of the...

This means the country will continue to be run by a government that cannot be held accountable by the opposition and other non-government MPs.

  • Laurie Patton
  • New Daily

Perhaps it’s time for a virtual parliament?

This is, after all, the 21st century.

We have the technology.

Why not use it?

According to constitutional lawyer Professor Anne Twomey there is nothing in the Australian Constitution preventing Parliament being held…

Every four years…

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