After Brimbank: Why Justin Madden was censured by the Victorian Parliament

Minor Political Parties – the New Conscience of Spring Street ?

Large political parties in Australia have two things in common, no matter their political persuasion, they have all been accused of both branch stacking, and  of accepting dodgy political donations.

But after Brimbank, both the Greens, and the DLP, the two minor parties on the cross benches in the Victorian Parliament have had enough of the damage associated with such practices.

Brian Walsh, President Kew Cottage Coalition  interviews Peter Kavanagh, DLP about why he supported the 3-Jun’09 ‘No Confidence Motion’ against Planning Minister, Justin Madden – the first such censure of a Victorian State Minister in 20 years.

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