Map of Australia
History Of Federation
Symbols and Emblems
The three arms of the Australian government
The three arms of the Australian government are:
- The legislature is responsible for debating and voting on new laws to be introduced.
- The executive is responsible for enacting and upholding the laws established by the legislature. Certain members of the legislature (called ministers) are also members of the executive, with special responsibilities for certain areas of the law.
- The judiciary is the legal arm of the Australian government. It is independent of the other two arms, and is responsible for enforcing the laws and deciding the whether the other two arms are acting within their powers.
The Australian constitution
The NSW premier
The house of representitives
Courts, Bills and Laws
Bills: A bill is a proposal for a law or a change to a existing law.
Laws: A law is a set of rules that people have to follow.
Political parties are parties that go against each other in elections they are :
Liberal, Labor, The greens, The nationals, and the Palmer united party, the most popular parties are the Labor and the Liberal.