The Australian political scene is a little quieter than usual this year, but not because there are fewer people voting.
Political commentator Nick D’Arcy’s recent comment about the Australian electoral system could have impacted the Australian political landscape.
D’Arcs comment in The Age newspaper on the results of the Australian Federal Election was a little less political than usual, but also not because of any changes to the political landscape at all.
It was a comment about an election and a whole lot of people have had to vote in order to change the political agenda.
It wasn’t political, it was just a comment, and the comment was a bit offensive.
But I suppose the people in the country have got to vote.
People have got the right to vote, I’m sure, and that’s the point.
But if they’re voting, it’s their decision, and I think it’s fair to say that it has changed the way people look at this election and the way we look at politics.
We’re at the moment in Australia, and we’ve had a fairly stable, well-organised, progressive democracy, and it’s been good for the country.
There’s been a lot of progress, a lot has been accomplished, but I’m not sure people are really happy with it.
I mean, the politics have been pretty good, but you’ve got to look at it as a very positive thing.
I think we’re really at a point where we’re going to need a political solution to a lot more of these things, and some people are going to have to have a bit more patience.
I think we are seeing a lot that the politics are becoming too political, and there’s a lot going on right now that’s really good for people, for the people of this country, and not so much good for politicians.
When you’re sitting around your kitchen table eating a pizza, and you’re voting on whether to vote or not, you’re actually voting in your own interests, because you’re getting something for your vote.
You’re making a choice about what to do with your life, and all the things that come along with that.
D’Arau’s comment in the article caused quite a stir, and a lot was made of it.
He was quickly stripped of his title, but was still allowed to make his comments.
There are two issues at stake.
First, is the Australian Electoral Commission going to go ahead and re-register the comments, or is the comment being taken down?
If it is the former, what happens if the comment is not taken down, and is the Commission going ahead with a re-registration process?
What’s the answer?
The answer is that the Australian Political Reform Commission is currently looking into the matter.
It has been contacted by a number of parties and organisations to provide information on the matter, but there is no timeframe for the Commission to take action.
If you have any further questions about the matter you can contact the Australian National Election Commission at: 0408 755 757 or 0408 831 488, or email [email protected]
You can also contact the Electoral Commission’s website at: www.austricianpoliticalreform.com.au