The office of leader of the opposition in the house of representatives
The structure, role, function and significance of the Opposition in political systems constructed on the so-called Westminster model has generally been a neglected area of study, both in Britain, where the term- 'His Majesty's Opposition' -has been current since the third decade of the nineteenth century, and in Australia, where opposition has been an accepted part of parliamentary government since its inception in the sixth decade of the nineteenth century. If the Opposition has been a...[Show more]
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