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Queensland Election 2017 – Sunday’s Status

Queensland Election 2017 – Sunday’s Status here:

 

http://ethicalconsultingservices.wordpress.com/2017/11/26/qld-election-2017-sundays-status/

 

 

 

Queensland Election: Liberal National Party Review Released

Photo by Andrew Kesper

Photo by Andrew Kesper

On January 31, 2015, Queensland’s Liberal National Party lost State Government by a small margin, after having taken Government in 2012 with a record swing and a huge majority in the Queensland parliament.

Today the LNP released their review of what went wrong for them, and you can download it here …

Read the rest of this article on the Ethical Consulting Services blog, here.

 

 

 

Minority Government CAN Work Better

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Photo pinched from Paul Henderson’s Facebook profile

Minority Government* can improve decision-making.

Then-Northern Territory Chief Minister Paul Henderson and I had a good chat – in early 2011 – about how his Government was working: his observations were acute, surprising and valuable.

You can read the rest of this article on the Ethical Consulting Services blog here.

 

New Queensland LNP Opposition Front Bench

Lawrence Springborg

Lawrence Springborg

Queensland Liberal National Party Leader Lawrence Springborg has announced the new Opposition front bench and leadership team, on Friday 20 February 2015.

 

Details can be found on the Ethical Consulting Services blog here.

Queensland Labor Government: First Ministry

annastacia-election-nightThe new Labor Government in Queensland has chosen their first Ministry on Sunday, 15 February 2015.

 

 

The rest of this article is on the Ethical Consulting Services blog, here.

 

 

Queensland Labor Government: Big Agenda

Queensland's State Labor Leader, Annastacia PalaszczukRumour had it Queensland Labor had no policies in the 2015 State Election, but there are plenty …

 

 

Read the rest of this post on the Ethical Consulting Services blog, here.

 

New Queensland Government: 9th Demand

fiona-simpsonThe two Katter Party Members of Queensland’s Parliament are preparing a list of eight demands upon major Parties, as the price of their support for a minority Government, according to media reports.

There’s a ninth demand, unwritten and under-articulated …

The rest of this post is on my Ethical Consulting Services business blog, here.

(Update: Apologies that this link hasn’t worked – fixed now, I hope – and thanks to Gillian for letting me know)