Electoral Reform

Consultation has concluded

Electoral reform is a key commitment under the Government’s restoring trust and integrity agenda to improve the openness, accountability and transparency of Government.

A public consultation period of 10 weeks was held to gather feedback about the reforms from Territory voters and electoral reform experts and advocates.

Feedback was sought on six main areas of reform, including: the voting system, electronic voting, enrolment, election canvassing, electoral boundaries and appointment of statutory officers.

You can view the Summary of Consultation Feedback here.

Submissions

The following submissions were received:

Electoral reform is a key commitment under the Government’s restoring trust and integrity agenda to improve the openness, accountability and transparency of Government.

A public consultation period of 10 weeks was held to gather feedback about the reforms from Territory voters and electoral reform experts and advocates.

Feedback was sought on six main areas of reform, including: the voting system, electronic voting, enrolment, election canvassing, electoral boundaries and appointment of statutory officers.

You can view the Summary of Consultation Feedback here.

Submissions

The following submissions were received: