Kevin Casos-Zamora, Secretary General of IDEA International, correctly calls on Australia to more for democracy in Asia. He points out the valuable role of “secondary contributors” such as civil society, media, and academe. They are important. Yet, the history of democracy in Australia succeeds because new voices and views continue to arise in Opposition coalitions to challenge cultural inheritance, wealth, power, class, and public entitlement and persuade voters to trust them with office. Australia’s dynamic of change can seem irreverent. It is what keeps Australia’s proving Disraeli correct, good government requires a strong Opposition.