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Australian Government Prezi

A brief description of australian government and parliament house
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Shaun Blackler

on 3 July 2013

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Transcript of Australian Government Prezi

Parliament
Constitution Monarchy
Federation
This is Tony Abbott he is the leader of the opposition.
Julia Gillard; The current Prime Minister of Australia
Government is the way a country or continent is run. In Australia the government is called a Constitutional Monarchy. This means that there is a prime minister and a parliament, except unlike a republic the queen has the right of overall power, however she rarely uses it.
Parties
The legislative
Democracy
Democracy is where every eligible voter (over 18years of age) can vote for a party. If a certain party wins, then that party's leader is elected prime minister.
The official federation of Australia happened in 1901
It was when the states of Australia became one country. They did this for many reasons, one reason was to make a greater army.
3 levels of Government
The 3 arms of Federal Parliament
The executive
The judicial
This arm makes law
This arm carries out laws
This arm judges the law and makes changes
Constitution
The Australian Constitution was a legal document making laws that Australia's parliament had to follow.
Animal Justice Party
Australia First Party (NSW) Incorporated
Australian Christians
Australian Democrats
Australian First Nations Political Party
Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party
Australian Greens
Australian Labor Party
Australian Protectionist Party
Australian Stable Population Party
Bank Reform Party
Building Australia Party
Carers Alliance
Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group)
Citizens Electoral Council of Australia
Country Alliance
Country Liberals (Northern Territory)
Democratic Labor Party (DLP) of Australia
Family First Party
Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party
Katter’s Australian Party
Liberal Party of Australia
National Party of Australia (
No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics
Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting)
One Nation
Pirate Party Australia
Rise Up Australia Party
Secular Party of Australia
Senator Online (Internet Voting Bills/Issues)
Shooters and Fishers Party
Socialist Alliance
Socialist Equality Party

Local Government
State Government
Federal Government
Responsibilities:
Local pools, libraries, ovals, parks, Entertainment Centres,
Museums,
Botanical Gardens,
Events
Responsibilities:
Ambulances, police Fire fighters, schools, main roads (highways and freeways)
Visas, Copyright, Trademark, Immigration, Defense force, Federal police, Airports,
Postal Services,
Broadcasting
Australian Parliament House
Parliament house is a building feat for Australia. Made by mostly donated material from other countries it is a must see. Hosting many historical moments in australian history and storing some of the most important documents in Australia. Featuring over 20km of corridors and many cafes, gyms and libraries.
Canberra
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