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Australia. Parliament. Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters
Title
Who pays the piper calls the tune : minimising the risks of funding political campaigns : inquiry into the conduct of the 1987 federal election and 1988 referendums / report number 4 of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters
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Nq 328.94 AUS
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Canberra : Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1989
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188
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Who pays the piper calls the tune 1
Who pays the piper calls the tune 3
CONTENTS 8
PREFACE 13
RECOMMENDATIONS 15
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW 19
CHAPTER 2 BACKGROUND 35
CHAPTER 3 INTRODUCTION 41
CHAPTER 4 CURRENT SITUATION 47
CHAPTER 5 INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS 57
CHAPTER 6 SUBMISSIONS AND EVIDENCE 69
CHAPTER 7 ELECTION FUNDING AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE 87
CHAPTER 8 103
CHAPTER 9 OPTIONS 107
CHAPTER 10 FREE TIME PROPOSALS 113
CHAPTER 11 OTHER ISSUES..... 119
DISSENTING REPORTS 133
" APPENDICES Appendix A Joint Select Committee on Electoral Reform 157
Appendix B Joint Select Committee on Electoral Reform 159
Appendix C Submissions received for the Inquiry into the Conduct of the 1987 Federal Election and 1988 Referendums 161
Appendix D The witnesses who appeared before the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters were: 171
Appendix E Section 116(3) of the Broadcasting Act 1942 174
Appendix F Australian Broadcasting Tribunal Television Advertising Conditions 175
Appendix G Section 316 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 177
Appendix H Australian Broadcasting Tribunal 180
Appendix I Section 116(6) of the Broadcasting Act 1942 181
Appendix J 1989 DISCOUNT RMECARD TEVFTfi FOR THE SEVEN NETWORK 182
Appendix K Section 117(1) of the Broadcasting Act 1942 183
Appendix L Australian Broadcasting Tribuna1 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TIME PURCHASED BY PARTIES AND CANDIDATES FROM COMMERCIAL RADIO STATIONS FOR BROADCASTING POLITICAL MATTER - ELECTION FOR SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1983 185

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