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Should Australians elect their Prime Minister directly?
Australians should elect their Prime Minister directly.
This would lead to more major parties, so more people could have a chance at becoming Prime Minister.
This would reduce party backstabbing as the popular choice determines the Prime Minister.
This would lead to more stability in the political system.
A directly elected Prime Minister would have better command of his/her party.
This would make Australia's system more similar to the deeply flawed system of the United States.
This would split the vote among various candidates, allowing populists to win.
This would make leadership changes mid-term harder.
This could split opinions within political parties.
This would to less checks on power due to a set term.
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