Australia’s political system is complicated. Generally referred to as the Washminster System, it’s considered the lovechild of Washington DC and England’s Westminster style of government.
Australian politics is also, for most, far removed from the realities of day-to-day life. Who has time to worry about what childish barbs are being thrown in the House of Representatives when you’re simultaneously trying to cook dinner for a grumpy 4-year-old and finish a conference call.
You’ve hit the glass ceiling. And our paywall.
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