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The Speck in the Prime Minister’s Eyes: Secrecy and Responsible Government in Australia

—Renato Saeger Magalhaes Costa, The University of Queensland Secrecy is widely believed to be the antithesis of democratic values. As a general rule, the electorate should always know what the government is doing, how decisions are made, and why a such-and-such course of action has been taken. Many institutions exist to disclose relevant information to

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Published on September 29, 2022
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