Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Part
Both Houses of the Parliament. Section 44. Any person
(i. ) Is under any
acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a
power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges
a subject or
citizen of a foreign power:
Nations is not an Electorate and is a Non Government Organization
as such would
be the opposite to Section 44. (i. ) including Mr Bush of
Coalition of the Willing
by sending armed forces to Afghanistan and Iraq.
What right has the Prime Minister to replace
the Governor-General as the
of the naval and military forces of the Commonwealth that
the Authority in the Governor-General
as the Queen's representative Section 68 and Crimes Act part 2 section
) Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest (relating to money) in
the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a
and in common with
the other members of an incorporated company
of more than twenty-five persons:
be incapable of being chosen or of sitting, as a
member of the House of Representatives.
be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the
House of Representatives.
Section 44. (v. ) With the
Public Service otherwise (and or) than (when), as
a member and in
common with other members of an incorporated company.
Parliament of the Commonwealth has more than 150 persons.
not subject to
Subsection 20 of Section 51 of the Constitution.
the absence of other provision each State shall be one electorate and
of such parts of the Commonwealth shall be called a State.
Commonwealth of Australia is of one Electorate.
Referendum, subject to Section 128, to alter the Constitution, has been
Living Souls to vote for the; Commonwealth of Australia as a
Commonwealth of Australia is a Corporation then the
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act is null and void and also
has not a Constitutional Government and Parliament and all
is not binding on the
Living Souls, the residents, on this land,
Country, under the name of
Commonwealth of Australia Corporation,
registered with UNITED STATES SECURITIES EXCHANGE COMMISSION;
as COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
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REFERENDUMS; To be held on SATURDAY, the 31st day of MAY,
Q2. The referendum was NOT carried. Three
States recorded a YES vote (Qld, SA, WA).
Nationally 49.33% of electors voted YES.
Section 51; (xx.)
Foreign corporations, and trading
or financial corporations formed within
the limits of the Commonwealth:
Text for the referendum
(a) the creation, dissolution, regulation,
and control of corporations;
(b) corporations formed under the law
of a State, including their dissolution, regulation, and
control; but not including municipal
or governmental corporations, or any corporation formed
solely for religious, charitable, scientific, or artistic
purposes, and not for the acquisition of gain
by the corporation or its members; and
(c) foreign corporations, including their
regulation and control.
Referendum seems to be in two parts. One for Corporations created or formed
under the law of a State
Is this what the
electors really vote for? But
not including municipal or governmental corporations.