Australian republic vs. monarchy: Would a republic help stabilize Australian politics?

  • Australia is better off a republic

    It's time Australia finally get its true independence and have total control over its own affairs away from the British crown and away from all interference that comes with such an arrangement. The Australians want it, and they should get it. Perhaps the Canadians will follow suit as well, especially against the parasitic royal family.

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  • No, a monarchy is a unifying figurehead.

    No a republic would not help stabilize Australian politics. The queen is very popular in Australia, and a popular figurehead can unite the people. A monarch has few powers, and if the people like having one, there is no compelling reason not to continue having a monarchy. Elected representatives can continue to do the bulk of the work, but a long-term monarch can stabilize Australian politics more than a republic.

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