This does make sense, for the CLP and the ALP …

Comment on Labor, CLP discuss preference swaps: Scott McConnell by Braedon Earley.

This does make sense, for the CLP and the ALP to preference each other, if they don’t they could both face oblivion.
But the problem is, the two party preferred counting system by the commission, if one of them isn’t picked as one of the two, both could lose the count. Designed for only two parties contesting.

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