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Will my vote in the BCC election matter?

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.

Buy the book from Amazon or Zeus Publications at the bookstore:

https://amzn.to/2BRuAs0

https://wp.me/P1z4yo-n

See a Youtube video book trailer at this link: 

Could this book change how you vote for political parties? 

For more information, go to author Martin Knox’s website:

www.martinknox.wordpress.com

Is the party game defunct?

Obsolete partisan duopoly in contemporary City Hall politics and elections is the setting for my crime fiction novel Presumed Dead
http://www.martinknox.wordpress.com
The theme is explored and deplored in the article below.
http://www.encorepub.com/junk-the-jalopy/

Will my vote in the BCC election matter?

On 28 March 2020, Brisbane and 77 councils across Queensland have 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.

Buy the book from Amazon or Zeus Publications at the bookstore:

https://amzn.to/2BRuAs0

https://wp.me/P1z4yo-n

See a Youtube video book trailer at this link: 

Could this book change how you vote for political parties? 

For more information, go to author Martin Knox’s website:

www.martinknox.wordpress.com

Why do we have political parties?

Edmund Burke (1730-1797) weakened representative democracy by arguing to have political parties oppose factions and for elected representatives to have no obligation to anyone except themselves.

Novel ‘Presumed Dead’ is a political crime fiction thriller that exposes parliamentary democracy to novel critical scrutiny.

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