My crime fiction novel Presumed Dead is set in a Westminster political system with a partisan legislature hung approving a casino development. When a politician disappears, interests in the casino are investigated and the government process depoliticised. Available on Amazon https://martinknox.com
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.
On 28 March 2020, Brisbane and 77 councils across Queensland had local government elections. Councils’ political processes under the Westminster System are described in a crime fiction novel ‘Presumed Dead’ by Martin Knox. Read this exciting story to find out how local government works — and fails.
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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.