DOCUMENT A
Comparing the Political Party System with the Constitution.

Have the Electors experienced a bloodless revolution, by the apparent, take over of the
Federal, States and Territory Government and Parliament by the self appointed
political parties? Is in contempt of the Constitution, as from 1900.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Chapter I.
The Parliament. Part I.-- General.
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Section 1.
The legislative power of the Commonwealth shall be vested in a
Federal Parliament, which shall consist of the Queen, a Senate, and a House
of Representatives,
and which is herein-after called "The Parliament," or
"The Parliament of the Commonwealth".
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Section 2. A Governor-General appointed by the Queen shall be Her Majesty's representative
in the Commonwealth, and shall have and may exercise in the Commonwealth during the
Queen's pleasure, but subject to this Constitution, such powers and functions of the Queen as
Her Majesty may be pleased to assign to him.
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PLEASE NOTE  Political Party System not consistent with the Constitution.
The three positions in Parliament are the Governor General, Speaker of the House of
Representatives and the President of the Senate.
The Senate represents the people of the State, it is the real opposition, the House of Representatives represents the people of the Commonwealth and;
There is no mention in the Constitution of the following words;
prime minister, state premier, local government, she or her, Plebiscites, National Flag or
National Anthem, front or back bench, individual members initiating their personal authority,
Treasurer, Attorney General, political parties and or their agendas.
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Chapter I. PART 11. - THE SENATE.
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The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, directly chosen by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides, as one electorate.
Until the Parliament otherwise provides there shall be six senators for each Original State.
The senators shall be chosen for a term of six years, and the names of the senators chosen for each State shall be certified by the Governor to the Governor-General.
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PLEASE NOTE
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Marking [1] in the square for the party is voting for all six senators and not voting for each candidate This is referred to "voting above the line" and not consistent with the Constitution.
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Chapter I. PART III. -- THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
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The House of Representatives shall be composed of members directly chosen by the people of the Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the senators.
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PLEASE NOTE
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If the People directly choose their candidate the Candidate would represent the People in Parliament.
Political Party directly choose the candidate they represent the party and is a member of the party under the party constitution.
So by electing the candidate is not the same as directly choosing the candidate.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. Chapter II.

The Executive Government.

Section 61. The executive power of the Commonwealth is vested in the Queen and is
exercisable by the Governor-General, as the Queen's representative and extends, to the
execution and maintenance of this Constitution and of the laws of the Commonwealth.
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PLEASE NOTE
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The position of Governor General is the corner stone of the Constitution and the Parliament and
High Court Judges and Commissions, not the Prime Minister. Subject to Section 61; the Queen should dismiss all political party Members of the State and Federal Parliament because they are not consistent with Sections 1 and 7 and 24 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.
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Section 62. There shall be a Federal Executive Council to advise the Governor-General in the
government of the Commonwealth, and the members of the Council shall be chosen and
summoned by the Governor-General and sworn as Executive Councillors, and shall hold office
during his pleasure (command).
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PLEASE NOTE  Political Party System not consistent with the Constitution. 
Governor General should represent the Living Souls of Australia. Members of the Federal Executive Council, should be chosen from the general public. The Living Souls may then discuss, with Members of the Federal Executive Council, for the Governor General, to issue the writ to initiate an Electors Initiated Referendum.
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Section 63. The provisions of this Constitution referring to the Governor-General in Council shall
be construed as referring to the Governor-General acting with the advice of the
Federal Executive Council.
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Section 64. The Governor-General may appoint officers to administer such departments of State
of the Commonwealth as the Governor-General in Council may establish. Such officers shall hold
office during the pleasure (command) of the Governor-General. They shall be members of the
Federal Executive Council, and shall be the Queen's Ministers of State for the Commonwealth.
After the first general election no Minister of State shall hold office for a longer period than
three months, unless he is or becomes a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.
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PLEASE NOTE  Political Party System not consistent with the Constitution.
Political parties appoint their Leader and if elected with a majority of seats, the Governor General,
then swears in that political party leader, as the Prime Minister and each member of the Senate and
each member of the House of Representatives, to take their Seats in the now unconstitutional,
Parliament that is not constistent with Section One, page 1 of 5.
The unconstitutional Prime Minister, then appoints officers to administer such departments, the media claim to be the Prime Ministers Government; this is the opposite to Section 62 and 64.
To have true balance of power no Member of Parliament should be chosen for the Executive Council.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.   Chapter VII. Miscellaneous.
Section 126.
The Queen may authorize the Governor-General to appoint any person, or any
persons jointly or severally, to be his deputy or deputies within any part of the Commonwealth,
and in that capacity to exercise during the pleasure of the Governor-General such powers and
functions of the Governor-General as he thinks fit to assign to such deputy or deputies, subject to
any limitations expressed or directions given by the Queen; but the appointment of such deputy or
deputies shall not, affect the exercise by the Governor-General himself of any power or function.
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PLEASE NOTE  Political Party System not consistent with the Constitution;
The Governor General subject to section 126; can not appoint a prime minister but can appoint a
deputy Governor General.
Prime Minister appoints the Governor General that can only be a Titular Office, that is;
"having the Title without the duties of an office".
Then why does the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader replace the Governor General
in the Parliament?  Not consistent with and no mention of such in Sections 1, 2 and 126.
Commission of all State Premiers is not consistent with Section 126.
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CRIMES ACT 1914
SECT 24F
(This is consistant with Section 46 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act)
Certain acts done in good faith not unlawful.
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Nothing in the preceding provisions of this Part makes it unlawful for a person:

(1)
(a) to endeavour in good faith to show that the Sovereign, the Governor-General, the
Governor of a State, the Administrator of a Territory, or the advisers of any of them, or
the persons responsible for the government of another country, has or have been, or
is or are, mistaken in any of his or their counsels, policies or actions;
(b) to point out in good faith errors or defects in the government, the constitution,
the legislation or the administration of justice of or in the Commonwealth, a State,
a Territory or another country, with a view to the reformation of those errors or defects;
(c) to excite in good faith another person to attempt to procure by lawful means the
alteration of any matter established by law in the Commonwealth, a State, a Territory or
 another country;
(d) to point out in good faith, in order to bring about their removal, any matters that are
producing, or have a tendency to produce, feelings of ill-will or hostility between
different classes of persons; or
(e) to do anything in good faith in connexion with an industrial dispute or an industrial matter.

(2)
For the purpose of subsection (1), an act or thing done:


(a) for a purpose intended to be prejudicial to the safety or defence of the Commonwealth;
(b) with intent to assist an enemy:
(i) at war with the Commonwealth; and
(ii) specified by proclamation made for the purpose of paragraph 80.1(1) (e) of the
Criminal Code to be an enemy at war with the Commonwealth;
(ba) with intent to assist:
(i) another country; or
(ii) an organisation (within the meaning of section 100.1 of the Criminal Code);
that is engaged in armed hostilities against the Australian Defence Force;
(c) with intent to assist a proclaimed enemy, as defined by subsection of 24AA (4) of
this Act, of a proclaimed country as so defined;
(d) with intent to assist persons specified in paragraphs 24AA (2) (a) and (b) of this Act; or
(e) with the intention of causing violence or creating public disorder or a public disturbance;

is not an act or thing done in good faith.
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Part II — Offences against the Government
24AA Treachery


(1) A person shall not:
(a) do any act or thing with intent:
(i) to overthrow the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage; or
(ii) to overthrow by force or violence the established government of the Commonwealth,
of a State or of a proclaimed country; or
(b) within the Commonwealth or a Territory not forming part of the Commonwealth:
(i) levy war, or do any act preparatory to levying war, against a proclaimed country;
(ii) assist by any means whatever, with intent to assist, a
proclaimed enemy of a proclaimed country; or
(iii) instigate a person to make an armed invasion of a proclaimed country.

(2)
Where a part of the Defence Force is on, or is proceeding to,
service outside the Commonwealth and the Territories not forming
part of the Commonwealth, a person shall not assist by any means
whatever, with intent to assist, any persons:
(a) against whom that part of the Defence Force, or a force that includes that part of
the Defence Force is or is likely to be opposed; and
(b) who are specified, or included in a class of persons specified, by proclamation to be persons
in respect of whom, or a class of persons in respect of which, this subsection applies.
(3) A person who contravenes a provision of this section shall be guilty of an
indictable offence, called treachery.
Penalty: Imprisonment for life.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 
Chapter One Section 44;
44. Any person who--
(i. ) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power:
shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a Senator or a member of the
House of Representatives
PLEASE NOTE  Political Party System not consistent with the Constitution;
Being a member of the United Nations and a Seat in the Security Council, as such would be the opposite to Section 44 (i.) would indicate allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power including Mr Bush of the Coalition of the Willing.
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What right has the Prime Minister, who is no other than being a political party leader appointed by the Caucus of the party and not by the Electors, to replace the Governor-General as the
command in chief of the naval and military forces of the Commonwealth
, sending armed forces to Afghanistan and Iraq?
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is the Authority of the Governor-General as the Queen's representative Section 68 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution
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And directly after each election Prime Ministers travelled to meet with the President of the United States of America including sending soldiers to Iraq and Afghanistan, refer to page 4, of the Crimes Act 1914 24AA (all of (1).

External Affairs Section 51 (xxix)  is different to Section 44 (i) and includes
Section  51 (i)
trade and commerce with other countries but not allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power.
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46. Until the Parliament otherwise provides, any person declared by this Constitution to be incapable of sitting as a Senator or as a member of the House of Representatives shall, for every day on which he so sits, be liable to pay the sum of one hundred pounds to any person who sues for it in any court of competent jurisdiction.
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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act
Chapter One Section 58
Proclamation;
58. When a proposed law passed by both Houses of the Parliament is presented to the
Governor-General for the Queen's assent, he shall declare, according to his discretion, but subject to this Constitution, that he assents in the Queen's name, or that he withholds assent, or that he reserves the law for the Queen's pleasure and the Governor-General shall by proclamation make
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announcement to the public.
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Included files
B. Victoria Gate. (Victorian Constitution 1975 not consistent with Commonwealth Constitution)
C. Letter from Buckingham Palace (Reply to my letter from the Queen)
D. Letter from Governor General  (Reply to my letter from the Governor General)
I have written to the Queen and the Governor General for assistance and their replies are in the attached letters.
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Is it possible that the Hague Conference on Private International Law arrest and charge the Queen, the Governor General and existing Members and all past Members of each State and of the Commonwealth of Australia Parliament?
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