Term limits are essential for ensuring the people are best served by Parliament.
Term limits means that the Premier and all Members of the Legislature are limited to a defined maximum number of terms in government.
Term limits are essential for incorrupt government.
The Premier and Members are exposed to a continual procession of people seeking favour from them or from the government. They are also removed from the difficulties of the People, and so are likely to become increasingly insulated, isolated and eventually dispassionate about the suffering of the People.
The continual exposure to people seeking favour, and their increasing insulation and isolation from the People, ensures that the Premier and each Member will become increasingly incapable of governing for the benefit of the People.
In addition, it is probable that the Premier or Member will eventually use the legislative and financial power of The Riverina to serve himself rather than the People.
In addition, it is probable that the Premier or Member will eventually use the legislative and financial power of The Riverina to ensure he remains the Premier or Member in-fact permanently, preventing other more capable Premiers or Members from emerging.
In addition, a permanent Premier or Member causes complacency, or despair, among the People, both of which are currently, or eventually, detrimental to the People’s happiness.
The terms of possibly eight consecutive years and twelve years total are enough for the Premier or Member to either achieve or fail to achieve his objectives. After succeeding or failing, his reason for being Premier or Member is diminished, and it is beneficial to the People for the Premier or Member to stand aside and ensure a more capable Premier or Member emerges.