Talk:Fixed-term election

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Not Fixed Term[edit]

It always helps to define something by comparing it to what it isn't. It is interesting that so far this article does not mention one country where the government in power has the right to arbitrarily call an election, generally at a time advantageous to itself. One example would be Australia re federal elections. Edward Carson (talk) 01:21, 2 August 2017 (UTC)