Comparing the Political Party System with the Constitution.
Has Australia experienced a bloodless revolution, by the apparent, take over
of the Federal, States and Territory Government and Parliament by the self
appointed political parties? Is in contempt of the Constitution, as from 1900.
Australian Constitution Chapter VII. Miscellaneous.
Section 126. The Queen may authorize the Governor-General to appoint
person, or any persons jointly or severally, to be his deputy or
deputies within
any part of the Commonwealth, and in that capacity to
exercise during the
pleasure of the Governor-General such powers and
functions of the
Governor-General as he thinks fit to assign to such deputy
or deputies,
subject to any limitations expressed or directions given by the
but the appointment of such deputy or deputies shall not, affect
the exercise by the Governor-General himself of any power or function.

Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Chapter I.
The Parliament. Part I.-- General.
Section 1. The legislative power of the Commonwealth shall be vested in a
Federal Parliament, which shall consist of the Queen, a Senate, and a House
of Representatives, and which is herein-after called "The Parliament," or
"The Parliament of the Commonwealth".
Section 2. A Governor-General appointed by the Queen shall be Her
Majesty's representative in the Commonwealth, and shall have and may
exercise in the Commonwealth during the Queen's pleasure, but subject to
this Constitution, such powers and functions of the Queen as Her Majesty
may be pleased to assign to him.
My quote;
Prime Minister appoints the Governor General with a Titular Office, that is;
"having the Title without the duties of an office".
Then why does the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader replace the
Governor General in the Parliament?
Not consistent with and no mention of such in Sections 1, 2 and 126.
The three positions in Parliament are the Governor General,
Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate.
The Senate represents the people of the State, it is the real opposition,
the House of Representatives represents the people of the Commonwealth.
There is no mention in the Constitution of the following words;
prime minister, state premier, local government, she or her, Plebiscites,
National Flag or National Anthem, front or back bench, individual members
initiating their personal authority, political parties and or their agendas,
Commission of all State Premiers is not consistent with Section 126.