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Class notes that were made throughout the semester based on readings and the lecturer's insights. Notes cover topics: constitutionalism, the judiciary, executive, legislature, federalism etc.

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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Politics Constitutional law Politics of the United Kingdom Sovereignty Law in the United Kingdom Constitutionalism Constitution of the United Kingdom Parliamentary sovereignty Constitution Adam Tokins
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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Politics Constitutional law Politics of the United Kingdom Sovereignty Law in the United Kingdom Constitutionalism Constitution of the United Kingdom Parliamentary sovereignty Constitution Adam Tokins
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-we will cover basics later separate courses for constitutional and administrative. Australian constitution is the act of the UK parliament. Later re-enacted by the commonwealth. CONSTITUION EXERCISE 1. Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has expressed support for the recognition of aboriginal and TIP in the AC. If that proposal was put in the referendum, what what vote of the people would be required for the change to succeed Majority of voters in majority of states. s 128. four out six states. 2. What is the compulsory retirement age for judges of the High Court of Australia 70 years of age. S72. 3. Who is granted the power to ‘disallow an law’ passed by the federal parliament. Queen within one year of the Governor General’s assent. S59 4. What is the term of the House of Reps Senate House of reps: 3 S28 Senate: 6 S7 5. Is there a...
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