How sausages and donkeys get Australians out to vote
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Australia election: Fines, donkey votes and democracy sausages

More than 90% of eligible Australians are expected to vote in the election on 18 May - because it's one of the few countries to have compulsory voting.

The BBC's Australia correspondent Hywel Griffith explains how this works - and whether people like it.

Filmed, edited and produced by Simon Atkinson.

  • 13 May 2019
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