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Politics and Law Notes

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Units 3 and 4 covered by every syllabus dot point from last year. Very detailed and clear notes. Covers the entire course! I received an 89.6 ATAR and got 81.0 in my WACE exam

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Government of Australia Australia Government Australian constitutional crisis Gough Whitlam Members of the Australian House of Representatives Prime Ministers of Australia Whitlam Government Cabinet of Australia Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Kerr Prime Minister of Australia
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Government of Australia Australia Government Australian constitutional crisis Gough Whitlam Members of the Australian House of Representatives Prime Ministers of Australia Whitlam Government Cabinet of Australia Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Kerr Prime Minister of Australia
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The fundamental rules that set out the structures, processes, procedures and powers of government • Constitutional convention - the unwritten constitutional rules that have strong acceptance and are consciously and consistently (but not invariably) followed in practice. They are not laws. Breaches of them have political rather than legal consequences. Three Constitutional ‘Arms’ of Government • Chapter 1 - Creation of the Commonwealth Deals with the legislature, the law making arms of government. Defines the c’wth parliament and sets out the features of each of the changes of the bicameral parliament Parliament - a representative ...
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