Reuters on developments in the Australian parliament:
- The Senate voting reforms would make it harder for smaller parties to enter parliament through vote sharing deals
- PM Turnbull is now seen as likely to opt for a rare double dissolution election, which sees both houses of parliament face voters, arguing that it will clear the Senate of obstructionists and allow long-stalled economic reforms
July 2 is being touted as a likely date for the election.
Some background to this story: Slow burn Australia story ... voting reforms should lead to more stable government