Government Question Time!
Made By Kobie, 6G
Q1- Why Does Queensland Not Have An Upper House In The Senate?
Q2- How long would a debate in the House Of Reps go for?
Q3- Why Do You Need 76 Seats To Win Parliament?
Q4- What are Hamsards?
Q5- Can Senators Get Fired?
Australian political parties are required to be registered with the Australian Electoral Commission if they wish to have their party affiliation printed on ballot papers against the names of endorsed candidates. Registration is also required for parties to be eligible for election funding.
A wide range of minor political parties exist in Australia, ranging from conservative religious groups to fringe anarchist organisations.