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Australian constitutional law Politics of Australia Law Government of Australia Clyde Engineering Co Ltd v Cowburn Constitution of Australia Intergovernmental immunity Parliamentary sovereignty Australia Act Sovereign immunity Victoria v Commonwealth Section 109 of the Constitution of Australia
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Australian constitutional law Politics of Australia Law Government of Australia Clyde Engineering Co Ltd v Cowburn Constitution of Australia Intergovernmental immunity Parliamentary sovereignty Australia Act Sovereign immunity Victoria v Commonwealth Section 109 of the Constitution of Australia
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One consequence of the amendments was to alter the composition of the Parliament and set several limitations on its powers to amend the Victorian Constitution. Section 15 of the Victorian Constitution establishes the Parliament of Victoria, which comprises the Governor of the State of Victoria, the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly: Section 15: The legislative power of the State of Victoria shall be vested in a Parliament, which shall consist of her Majesty, the Council, and the Assembly, to be known as the Parliament of Victoria. The Victorian Parliament is bicameral. Royal assent is required before a Bill become law. Section 16 confers legislative power upon the Parliament of Victoria: Section 16: The Parliament shall have power to make laws in and for Vi...
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