In a sense, Australia's electoral system got the right result at the weekend. But it's important to understand how it shapes the nature of our politics.
Scott Morrison's government scores a surprise victory in Australia.
Bill Shorten and the Labor Party deserve support in tomorrow's Australian election.
After six years of Coalition government and three prime ministers, Labor is favored to return to power in tomorrow's Australian election.
The rate of increase in pre-poll voting, while still impressive, is slowing down. But it's going to be enough to create headaches on election night.
Australia's enthusiasm for early voting shows no sign of abating. In a roundabout way, that might be good news for the government.
Two-thirds of a million Australians have already voted, a fortnight before election day. Is that a problem, and should we maybe have a discussion about it?
Australian commentators still mostly get the Liberal Party wrong. For a start, the wet-dry division isn't a factional conflict.
Reflections on the scope of the centre-left victory in Spain provide possible lessons for Australia's parties as well.
Australia reformed its Senate voting system in 2016, partly in order to counter the multiplicity of candidates and tickets. How successful has that been?