If party politicians join independents on the cross-bench, would developments wanted by the public be more or less likely to be approved?
‘Presumed Dead’ is a novel by Martin Knox set in a fictional council chamber within the Westminster system. Corruption at the big end of town is suspected when Jane Kenwood, a feisty councillor, disappears.
Queensland elections are on Saturday 31st October 2020. Besides Representation and Policy, electioneering games of Development, Monopoly, Duopoly, Donation, Preference, Advertising, Controversy, Allegation, Personal Attack, Pork Barrelling and Corruption may be played. ‘Presumed Dead’ is a crime fiction novel by Martin Knox about political parties and city government. The story is about an inspirational woman councillor who transforms partisan politics.
Independent candidates are listed below for Brisbane’s election of a new City Council on March 28th.
Great importance of independents in a fictitious City Hall political process is shown in my political crime fiction thriller ‘Presumed Dead’. After a crime involving a developer is solved, an independent councillor becomes mayor and the council adopts non-partisan processes, preventing self-serving party control. The storyline is exciting with exciting topics of current public interest.
When Brisbane voters elect a City Council on March 28th, Australia’s largest local government will be renewed for a 4 year term. What could go wrong?
Set in a fictional City Hall, Martin Knox has written a political crime thriller novel: ‘Presumed Dead’. There are page-turning politics in a hung council considering a megacasino. There is chilling corruption and imaginative scientific investigation. Will Dr Phillip Keane find missing independent councillor Jane Kenwood? What will happen in their relationship? Will she be able to change their political system?
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