Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Chapter II.
The Executive Government.
Section 61. The executive power of the Commonwealth is vested in the
Queen and is exercisable by the Governor-General, as the Queen's
representative and extends, to the execution and maintenance of this
Constitution and of the laws of the Commonwealth.
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The position of Governor General is the corner stone of the Constitution of
the Parliament, High Court Judges and Commissions. Not the Prime Minister.
Where does it allow for the Executive Government to have any authority to
initiate any Legislation and or sit on the front bench?
Section 62. There shall be a Federal Executive Council to advise the
Governor-General in the government of the Commonwealth, and the
members of the Council shall be chosen and summoned by the
Governor-General and sworn as Executive Councilors, and shall hold office
during his pleasure (command).
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Governor General should represent the Living Souls of Australia. Members
of the Federal Executive Council, should be chosen from the general public.
The Living Souls may then disguss, with Members of the Federal Executive
Council, for the Governor General, to issue the writ to initiate a Referendum.
Section 63. The provisions of this Constitution referring to the
Governor-General in Council shall be construed as referring to the
Governor-General acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council.
Section 64. The Governor-General may appoint officers to administer such
departments of State of the Commonwealth as the Governor-General in
Council may establish. Such officers shall hold office during the pleasure
(command) of the Governor-General. They shall be members of the
Federal Executive Council, and shall be the Queen's Ministers of State
for the Commonwealth.
After the first general election no Minister of State shall hold office for a longer
period than three months, unless he is or becomes a senator or a member of
the House of Representatives.
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Political parties appoint their Leader and if elected, the Governor General,
who has no Authority, then swears in the political party leader, as the
Prime Minister and each member of the Senate and each member of the
House of Representatives, to take their Seats in the now unconstitutional,
Parliament of no Authority.
The unconstitutional Prime Minister, then appoints officers to administer
such departments, the media claim to be the Prime Ministers Government;
this is the opposite to Section 62 and 64.
To have true balance of power no Member of Parliament should be chosen.