RESTORING REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY
This novel story shows how political processes in Alexandra City, Southland, shape the urban environment and city living. They are not a pretty picture. Candidacy, campaigning, elections, debates, rhetoric, voting, partisan manoeuvring and development approvals are seldom transparent and not always fair. Corruption is suspected and Dr Phillip Keane, a forensic scientist conducts a meticulous reconstruction. Read how an independent woman politician is able to restore true democracy.
Posted on February 18, 2020, in Government, Presumed Dead and tagged Brisbane, city, City Hall politics, corruption, crime fiction, crime reconstruction, democracy, election, non-partisan, Planning, political parties, Political party, Political philosophy, politicians, politics, Presumed Dead, rights, Romance, transparency, Uncategorized, Urban. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on RESTORING REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY.