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A simple bill takes forever to pass, sometimes people just give up on things because the branches cannot agree. Also, the power is rarely equal among the branches due to the vagueness of the Constitution, different interpretations causes power shifts.

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The Parliamentary system in comparison was an emergent system that grew out of the need to route power away from a Monarch while still maintaining their ceremonial authority. It mixes the executive and legislative arms of government, yet has proven a fairly stable form of liberal democracy.

It is fair to say that an future evolutionary form of Australian Government, at the state and federal level will have to incorporate a parliamentary system. There are many well established conventions and the Australian people are familiar with the system. Consequently, the positives and negatives of the parliamentary system need to be understood so any evolutionary system encourages the former and inhibits the latter.

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The system can sometimes be slow. It has to go through many processes which makes it take some time to get turned into law.

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13y ago

I have checks and balances in my work.

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