For reasons I hope to make clear, to persevere with a system of optional preferential voting is not sustainable — it presents a clear partisan advantage, and goes against the shared ideals that strengthen our democracy.
Why is Australian politics so awful, why does Labor not enact progressive policies, and how do we start to fix it? Jacqui Lambie (purportedly) has the answer.
Australians must demand accountability from our leaders to safeguard our democracy.
Thirty years later, the legacy of the Tiananmen protests is more complex than ever
We aim to shed light on the self-assured hubris of career politicians whose conscience feeds on collective amnesia regarding the subjugation they have wrought.
Normally, the biennial poll at the tertiary union's Sydney branch is uncontested.
With the modern workforce under pressure, are there better alternatives?
Follow along with the action on the final day of polling as we catalogue the ups and downs of the USU election
With thanks to Catherine Bouris, Jayce Carrano, Caitlin Harvey and Aria Kim for their assistance in conducting the exit poll. Today Honi Soit, for the first time ever, ran exit polls on voting in the University of Sydney Union (USU) board elections. This involved a team of editors and reporters asking students who have just formally…