The case for an Australian republic

AUSTRALIA is one of the 15 remaining nations to recognise Queen Elizabeth II as head of state.

Despite rejecting republicanism in a 1999 referendum, a strong anti-monarchy movement remains active in the country.

In our February full show, Redaction Report editor James Moules spoke to Sandy Biar of the Australian Republican Movement about the case for Australia to move to an elected head of state.

Watch the video here:


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