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Electoral Act Review Submission - Addendum

Submission - An addendum to the Tasmanian Greens Electoral Act review submission, dealing with matters pertaining to the High Court...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 20 Feb 2019

Electoral Act Review Submission

Submission - The Tasmanian greens Submission to the Electoral Act review.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 18 Feb 2019

Electoral Amendment Bill 2019

Parliamentary Activity - Rosalie Woodruff delivers a Second Reading speech for the Electoral Amendment Bill 2019.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 21 Mar 2019

Electoral Amendment Bill 2019

Parliamentary Activity - Cassy O'Connor delivers a Second Reading speech for the Electoral Amendment Bill 2019.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 21 Mar 2019

Electoral Donations Disclosure Framework

Parliamentary Activity - Cassy O'Connor questions the Premier over delays in delivering donation reforms.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 21 Mar 2019

Liberals Further Reveal Allergy to Donations Reform

Media Release - In another display of blatant heel-dragging over donations’ reform, Attorney General, Elise Archer, has announced a further two month delay on consultation of the Electoral Act review which was due to close today.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 18 Feb 2019

Electoral Act Review Ignores the Issues

Media Release - The Tasmanian Greens’ submission to the review of the State’s electoral laws calls for root-and-branch reform of Tasmania’s uniquely opaque and malignant rules governing political donations.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 20 Jul 2018

Liberals' 'Free Beer' Arrangement with THA Doesn't Pass the Pub Test

Media Release - The Liberals' arrangement with the Tasmanian Hospitality Association members funding their 'Pub Test' pre-election forums is wrong on so many levels.

Andrea Dawkins - 24 Nov 2017

Pembroke Electorate - Liberal Party Campaign

Parliamentary Activity - Ms O'CONNOR question to PREMIER, Mr HODGMAN

Cassy O'Connor MP - 1 Nov 2017

Premier Can't Keep Pointing the Finger at McQuestin

Media Release - Whether it’s on shady donations from foreign owned companies or the Federal Group, or dirty tricks in Pembroke, the Premier simply refuses to take responsibility for the conduct and decisions of the political party he leads.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 1 Nov 2017

Protect Parliament from Parties' Self-Interest

Media Release - Parliamentary reform should always be driven by the aim of ensuring it is serving a strong healthy and robust democracy, rather than whether it serves the self-interest of political parties.

Kim Booth - 5 Apr 2014