MASS ARRESTS AND FORECLOSURE
Commonwealth shall be of one Electorate; section
7 Senate, in the absence of such provision the State shall
be one electorate and section 29 House of Representatives, in the
absence of other provision each State shall be one electorate.
And Clause 6; The States shall mean such of the colonies as for
the time being are parts of the Commonwealth, and such colonies
or territories as may be admitted into or established by the Commonwealth
as States; and each of such parts of the Commonwealth shall be called
Constitution terminology; Governor
transferred to Portfolio Agencies (Constitutional Terminology)
Governor represents the Queen and Assents to all legislation
Sending soldiers overseas; Prime Minister has no authority under Section 68 and Crimes Act 1914 section 24AA.
Cost to register for a candidate; is $2,000 for Senate and $1,000 for House of Representatives. Electors on low income not able to register.
Above the line Senate voting; putting 1 in the square of that party, is voting for that party and not the candidate and
Donations to political parties; Subject to section 45(3) donations to any Political Party suggests all political party Members of the Federal and all State Parliaments, must vacate their seats.
4% to candidate. Assists
existing political party candidates only.
Preferential voting; is voting more than once. Sections 8; but in the choosing of senators each elector shall vote only once and Section 30; But in the choosing of members each elector shall vote only once.
Compulsory to vote not in sections 9 and 31.
Section 9; The Parliament of the Commonwealth may make laws prescribing the method of choosing senators, but so that the method shall be uniform for all the States. Subject to any such law, the Parliament of each State may make laws prescribing the method of choosing the senators for that State.
The Parliament of a State may make laws for determining the times and places of elections of senators for the State.
Section 31; Until the Parliament otherwise provides, but subject to this Constitution, the laws in force in each State for the time being relating to elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of the State shall, as nearly as practicable, apply to elections in the State of members of the House of Representatives.
Section 41; No adult person who has or acquires a right to vote at elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of a State shall, while the right continues, be prevented by any law of the Commonwealth from voting at elections for either House of the Parliament of the Commonwealth.
The States have traditionally not raised sufficient revenue to perform all their functions. During the Second World War, Commonwealth legislation effectively excluded the States from imposing income tax, and since then, various political and economic considerations have resulted in income tax being imposed solely by the Commonwealth.
Also, the States are unable to impose taxes of customs and excise (section 90), consequently, the States have received grants of financial assistance from the Commonwealth. Many of these grants are made without conditions.
Quote; this may include Council Rates or Local Government Rates (tax). Unquote.
The Executive Government of the Commonwealth;
practice Ministers are also members of the parliamentary party
or coalition of parties which holds a majority of seats in the
House of Representatives, Ministers may either be senators or
members of the House of Representatives, although established
constitutional practice dictates that the Prime Minister must
be a member of the House of Representatives rather than a senator.
Despite their importance to the operations of the Executive Government, neither the head of the Government (the Prime Minister) nor the principal decision-making body in the Government (the Cabinet, which is made up of senior Government Ministers) is mentioned in the Constitution.
Quote by Sam; Ministers are also members of the parliamentary party or coalition of parties which holds a majority of seats in the House of Representatives. The preferred two political party government and parliament is not consistent with the State and Federal Constitutions. And if, after the election two of the parties have equal number of votes, there is no need for a “Hung Parliament” because the State and Federal Constitutions applies to the total number of members of the Parliament not divided into two halves created by the political parties as the “opposition” and the “majority”. unquote
Purpose of the Constitution
The Constitution does not set out everything about democracy and government in
It does not, for example, cover Cabinet, the Opposition or political parties.
NOTE BY SAM;
The Governor has been transferred to Portfolio Agencies would be termed as Constitution Terminology and also Assents to all legislation would be termed as Constitution Reality this is not consistent with the Statute of Monopolies.
Quote by Sam;
From the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act UK 1900;
Same Sex Marriage; Clause 0, whereas the people of each State, humbly relying on the blessing of Almighty God, have agreed to unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth and Clause 6, "The States" shall mean such of the colonies of Victoria, New South Wales, New Zealand, Tasmania, Western Australia, Queensland and South Australia, including the northern territory of South Australia, as for the time being are parts of the Commonwealth, this means Polygamous, Buggery, Bestiality, Sodomy. Not possible in the Commonwealth.
The Federal Parliament Sections 1, 51 and 61; 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. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth 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.
And from the file “Your Will Be done” Chapter 5 on the web site,
http://www.peoplesmandate.iinet.net.au as follows;
Arthur Chresby codified the powers of the Monarchy back in 1941 in the following sentence, and it still stands to be challenged before the High Court, if legal minds feel competent to do so:-
(Subject to Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Sections 5, 59, 60 and 61);
Action can now be taken to the Mass Arrest and Foreclosure of the Queen and all Governor Generals and all Members of the Parliament of the Commonwealth and all Governors of each State and all Members of the Parliaments of each State and Bank Directors and or Managers of all Banks and the Directors and or Managers of all Local Government of every State.