The Constitution of the People Act.
 By the People and for the Sovereignty of the People. 
 for the Commonwealth of Australia.

THE PARLIAMENT

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CHAPTER ONE;
PART I, GENERAL

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1. Subject to this the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act the legislative power of the Commonwealth shall be the authority in a Federal Parliament which shall consist of the Head of the Commonwealth in Parliament a Senate and a House of Representatives and which is now called The Parliament or The Parliament of the Commonwealth.
The Parliament shall Legislate subject to Section 51 of this Constitution.
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2. A Head of the Commonwealth directly chosen by referendum of the People shall be the representative of the People in and of the Commonwealth, and shall exercise in the Commonwealth during the Sovereignty of the People, but subject to this Constitution, such powers and functions of the People as the People shall assign to the Head of the Commonwealth.
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(a). The Commonwealth Parliament and this Land and this Country of Australia and of each State and any Territory that becomes a State shall be subject to this Constitution and of which the Living Souls now living in the Commonwealth shall in a sovereignty manner be the sovereignty of and in the Commonwealth.

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(b) Subject to Sections 7 and 24 of the Constitution the Living Souls are the Electors and the Members of the Parliament shall represent the Living Souls to do their Will in the Parliament.

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(c) Living Souls now living in each State and Territory of Australia including those who have formed their own group shall unite in one indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under this Constitution established.
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(d) Living Souls now living in each State and Territory of the Commonwealth shall provide at least 30 minutes discussion time of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act in all schools in Australia or one meeting each month, two hours discussion time.
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3. Annual Salary of Head of the Commonwealth;
There shall be payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Commonwealth for the salary of the Head of the Commonwealth and Deputy Head of the Commonwealth an annual sum which the Parliament provides. The salary of the Head of the Commonwealth or Assistant Head of the Commonwealth shall not be altered during their continuance in office.

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4. The provisions of this Constitution relating to the Head of the Commonwealth extend and apply to the Head of the Commonwealth, directly chosen by the referendum of the People, to administer the Government of the Commonwealth; but no such person shall be entitled to receive any salary from the Commonwealth in respect of any other office during his or her administration of the Government of the Commonwealth.  
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5. The Head of the Commonwealth may appoint such times for holding the sessions of the Parliament the Head of the Commonwealth thinks fit and may also from time to time by official notice given to the public discontinue meetings of Parliament and may in like manner publicly announce the ending of the House of Representatives in parliament to prepare for a general election.
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(a). After any general election the Parliament shall be summoned to meet not later than thirty days after the day appointed for the return of the writs.
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(b). The Head of the Commonwealth may appoint such times for holding a joint meeting of both Houses of  Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia.
The Head of the Commonwealth in Parliament with the Senate and the House of Representatives shall then discuss any matter or any agreement with any foreign leader.
Only the Head of the Commonwealth shall sign any treaty or any agreement with any country. 

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There shall be a session of the Parliament once at least in every year, so that twelve months shall not intervene between the last sitting of the Parliament in one session and its first sitting in the next session. 
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Electors Candidate Nomination Committee.

(a). Shall be an Electors Candidate Nomination Committee in every Electorate and consist of electors living in the Electorate. The Candidate shall represent and live in the same Electorate as the Electors. Electors Candidate Nomination Committee shall supply the Nomination Forms for the Candidate to complete;
One Nomination Form for the Senate One Nomination Form for the House of representatives.
The Candidate will decide if he or she will nominate for the Senate or the House of representatives. Subject to section 24.
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(b). This provision Section 83 under the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution relating to the Electors Candidate Nomination Committee, the Head of the Commonwealth in Council shall draw from the Treasury and expend such moneys for the holding of all elections for the Federal Parliament and all State and Territory Parliaments of the Commonwealth and shall include all Independent Candidates that no payment shall be demanded from the Independent Candidate to Register.
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(c). The Head of the Commonwealth shall cause Letters to be written to the People at minimum age of 18 years in each Electorate in each of their States and Territories for the appointment of such persons to represent them as were of right to be sent to meet and sit in Parliament to Legislate the Will of the Living Souls.
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(d). The Electors Candidate Nomination Committee for each State of the Commonwealth shall be formed by the Living Souls resident in their individual States and Territories. The Living Souls of each State and Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia shall directly appoint the Federal Parliament and all State and Territory Parliaments Candidates who shall be the representatives of the Living Souls.
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(e). The Electors Candidate Nomination Committee and the Parliament may work together but if the Parliament and the Electors Candidate Nomination Committee act in a way that is not consistent with this Constitution the Head of the Commonwealth shall dismiss the member of the Committee and the Member of Parliament.

PART II THE SENATE
This shall apply to all State and Territory Municipal Councils.

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 The Senate;
7. The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, who shall be representatives of the people.
The people shall directly appoint the Independent Candidate to represent the people of the State.
and all will represent the people of their State in the Parliament of the Commonwealth.
Each of the States shall be one electorate. And subject to Clause 6.
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There shall be six senators for each Original State. The Parliament may make laws increasing or diminishing the number of senators for each State, but so that equal representation of the several Original States shall be maintained and that no Original State shall have less than six senators. The senators shall be chosen for a term of three years, and the names of the senators chosen for each State shall be certified by the Head of the State of ... to the Head of the Commonwealth.
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8. The qualification of electors of senators shall be in each State that which is prescribed by this Constitution, as the qualification for electors of members of the House of Representatives; but in the electing of senators each elector shall vote only once. Preferential voting to be abolished.
Political parties shall not be in Parliament of the Commonwealth or any State or Territory Parliament and no above the line Senate voting.

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9. The Parliament of the Commonwealth may make laws prescribing the method of choosing senators, but so that the method shall be uniform for all the States. Subject to any such law, the Parliament of each State and the Candidate Nomination Committee may make laws prescribing the method of appointing the senators for that State. The Parliament of a State may make laws for determining the times and places of elections of senators for that State.
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10. Subject to this Constitution, the laws in force in each State, for the time being, relating to elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of the State shall, as nearly as practicable, apply to elections of senators for the State.
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11. The Senate may proceed to dispatch of business, in spite of the failure of any State to provide for its representation in the Senate.
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12. The Head of State of any State shall cause writs to be issued for elections of senators for the State. In case of the dissolution of the Senate the writs shall be issued within ten days from the proclamation of such dissolution.
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13. As soon as may be after the Senate first meets, and after each first meeting of the Senate following a dissolution thereof, the Senate shall divide the senators chosen for each State into two classes, as nearly equal in number as practicable; and the places of the senators of the first class shall become vacant at the expiration of three years, and the places of those of the second class at the expiration of six years, from the beginning of their term of service; and afterwards the places of senators shall be vacant at the expiration of six years from the beginning of their term of service.
The election to fill vacant places shall be made within one year before the places are to become vacant.
For the purpose of this section the term of service of a senator shall be taken to begin on the first day of July following the day of his or her election, except in the cases of the first election and of the election next after any dissolution of the Senate, when it shall be taken to begin on the first day of July preceding the day of his or her election.
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14. Whenever the number of senators for a State is increased or diminished, the Parliament of the Commonwealth may make such provision for the vacating of the places of senators for the State as it deems necessary to maintain regularity in the rotation.
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15. If the place of a senator becomes vacant before the expiration of his term of service, the Houses of Parliament of the State for which he or she was chosen shall, sitting and voting together, choose a person to hold the place until the expiration of the term, or until the election of a successor as hereinafter provided, whichever first happens. But if the Houses of Parliament of the State are not in session at the time when the vacancy is notified, the Governor of the State, with the advice of the Executive Council thereof, may appoint a person to hold the place until the expiration of fourteen days after the beginning of the next session of the Parliament of the State, or until the election of a successor, whichever first happens.
At the next general election of members of the House of Representatives, or at the next election of senators for the State, whichever first happens, a successor shall, if the term has not then expired, be chosen to hold the place from the date of his or her election until the expiration of the term.
The name of any senator so chosen or appointed shall be certified by the Governor of the State to the Governor General.
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Senate Casual Vacancies ) 1977 will be repealed
Constitution Alteration (Senate Casual Vacancies ) 1977 will be repealed
by a
referendum of the Living Souls of Australia.
Shall be the Constitutional opposition representative for each State and Territory.
Each individual Political Party and their Agenda's will be abolished from all Federal and State and Territory Parliaments.
Shall be no Local Government involving Municipalities or any other form of Local Government. 
May hold one public meeting every two (2) months.
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16. The qualifications of a senator shall be the same as those of a member of the House of Representatives as stated in this Constitution.
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17. Senate shall choose a President.

The Senate shall choose a President of the Senate for the time being.
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Senate shall before proceeding to the dispatch of any other business choose a senator to be the President of the Senate and as often as the office of President of the Senate becomes vacant the Senate shall again choose a senator to be the President of the Senate.
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President of the Senate shall cease to hold the office if he or she ceases to be a senator.
The President of the Senate may be removed from office by a vote of the Senate or may resign from the office of the Senate by writing addressed to the Head of the Commonwealth.

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19. A senator may by writing addressed to the President of the Senate or to the Head of State of the Commonwealth if there is no President of the Senate or if the President of the Senate is absent from the Commonwealth resign his or her place which shall become vacant.
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20. The place of a senator shall become vacant if for two consecutive months he or she without the permission of the Senate fails to attend the Senate.
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A female Senator may apply for leave a maximum of two consecutive months may do so with the permission of the Senate if she should give birth to a baby during her term in office.
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21. When a vacancy happens in the Senate the President of the Senate or if there is no President of the Senate or if the President of the Senate is absent from the Commonwealth the Head of the Commonwealth shall notify the same to the Head of the State in the representation of which the vacancy has happened.
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22. The presence of all Senators of each State and Territory shall be necessary to constitute a meeting of the Senate for the exercise of its powers.
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23. Questions arising in the Senate shall be determined by a majority of votes and each senator shall have one vote.
The President of the Senate shall in all cases be entitled to a vote and when the votes are equal the question shall pass in the negative.
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PART III  THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

This shall apply to all State and Territory Legislative Assemblies.

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House of Represenatives;

24. The House of Representatives shall represent the Living Souls of the Commonwealth and shall be composed of members who shall be representatives of and directly chosen by the Living Souls of the Commonwealth.
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The number of House of Representatives members directly chosen by the Living Souls in the States and Territories shall be in proportion to the respective numbers of their Living Souls and shall be determined when necessary in the following manner:

(a) Shall be a minimum of two Members of the House of Representatives for the first 100,000 People.
If more than 100,000 People shall be one more Member of the House of Representatives.

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If more than 100,000 People in any one or every State and Territory City Electorate shall be one more Member of the House of Representatives.
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(b) City areas in every State and Territory shall be divided into four or three City Electorates.
They being the North Eastern Electorate and South Eastern Electorate and North Western Electorate and South Western Electorate or three Rural City
Electorates of the
North Electorate and East South Electorate and West South Electorate.

The House of Representatives Candidate will represent the Electors and shall discuss personal views and each Electors views with all Electors at the Public Meetings.
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Provisions as to sabotaging the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution disqualified from voting;

25. For the purposes of the last section, if by the law of any State all persons subject to Section 25 (1) and (2) are disqualified from voting at elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of the State then, in reckoning the number of the people of the State or of the Commonwealth persons subject to Section 25 (1) and (2) resident in that State shall not be counted;

(1). If all persons who are dissatisfied with this Constitution shall be disqualified from voting at elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of the Commonwealth and of the State, then in reckoning the number of the people of the State then such persons resident in that State shall not be counted.

(2). And shall not register as a Candidate to be elected to sit in any State or  Parliament of the Commonwealth and shall lose all pension and pensions and other entitlements.

(3). Shall be no parallel law in the Commonwealth of Australia such as Muslims Sharia law or boat people refusing to live under this the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act shall be deported. Section 44 (1).
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(4). Shall not invade, make hostile inroad or swarm into any part of the Commonwealth of Australia or encroach upon
or assault or intrude usurpingly on Living Soul or others territory or rights, seize, assume, Government, Parliament, office, power, property wrongfully.  

26. House of Representatives shall consist of;
Despite anything in section twenty-four, the number of House of Representatives members to be chosen in each State at the first election shall be as follows:--
One (1) House of Representatives Member in Parliament for each Division and one (1) shall remain in contact with the Living Souls of each Electorate shall hold one public meeting every two (2) months.
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House of Representatives Members of the Electorate shall be independent candidates representing the Living Souls of each of their State and Territory electorates. Each independent candidate must be enrolled in each of their Electorates of the State or Territory for which the candidate is standing.
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Shall be two Independent Candidates for each State and Territory Division.
The two House of Representatives Candidates shall arrange for as many Living Souls as possible in their Division to sign the Nomination Form.
Must have at least 51% of the Electorate before the Election.
If more than two Candidates and if each of the Candidates has less than 51% then an election shall be called.
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The number of votes plus the number of signatures on the Nomination Form shall be added together and the two Candidates with the highest total shall be declared the sitting Member of Parliament.
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27. Subject to section 24 of this Constitution, the Parliament may make laws for increasing or diminishing the number of the members of the House of Representatives.
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Every House of Representatives shall continue for three years from the first meeting of the House, and no longer, but may be sooner dissolved by the Head of the Commonwealth.
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Until the Parliament of the Commonwealth otherwise provides, the Parliament of any State may make laws for determining the divisions in each State for which members of the House of Representatives may be chosen, and the number of members to be chosen for each division. A division shall not be formed out of parts of different States. And each State shall be one electorate. And subject to Clause 6.
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The qualification of electors of members of the House of Representatives shall be in each State that which is prescribed by the law of the State as the qualification of electors of the more numerous House of Parliament of the State; but in the electing of members each elector shall vote only once. 

Preferential voting to be abolished. Political parties shall not be in Parliament of the Commonwealth or any State or Territory Parliament.

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Subject to this Constitution, the laws in force in each State for the time being relating to elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of the State shall, as nearly as practicable, apply to elections in the State of members of the House of Representatives.
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32. The Head of the Commonwealth in Council may cause writs to be issued for general elections of members of the House of Representatives. After the first general election, the writs shall be issued within ten days from the expiry of a House of Representatives or from the proclamation of a dissolution thereof.
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Whenever a vacancy happens in the House of Representatives, the Speaker shall issue his writ for the election of a new member, or if there is no Speaker or if he is absent from the Commonwealth the Governor General in Council may issue the writ.
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34.  The qualifications of a member of the House of Representatives shall be as follows:
(i.) He or she must be of the full age of twenty-one years, and must be an elector entitled to vote at the election of members of the House of Representatives or a person qualified to become such elector and must have been five years at the least a resident within the limits of the Commonwealth as existing at the time when he or she was chosen and must understand and speak good English:
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(ii.) He or she shall be resident in and of the Commonwealth of Australia, either natural-born or for at least five years naturalised under a law
of the Commonwealth of a Colony which has become or becomes a State.
35. The House of Representatives shall, before proceeding to the dispatch of any other business, choose a member to be the Speaker of the House, and as often as the office of Speaker becomes vacant the House shall again choose a member to be the Speaker. The Speaker shall cease to hold his office if he ceases to be a member. He may be removed from office by a vote of the House, or he may resign his office or his seat by writing addressed to the Governor General.

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Before or during any absence of the Speaker, the House of Representatives may choose a member to perform his or her duties in his or her absence.
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A member may by writing addressed to the Speaker, or to the Governor General if there is no Speaker or if the Speaker is absent from the Commonwealth, resign his place, which thereupon shall become vacant.
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The place of a member shall become vacant if for two consecutive months of any session of the Parliament he, without the permission of the House, fails to attend the House.
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The presence of at least 80% of the whole number of the members of the House of Representatives shall be necessary to constitute a meeting of the House for the exercise of its powers.
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Questions arising in the House of Representatives shall be determined by a majority of votes other than that of the Speaker. The Speaker shall not vote unless the numbers are equal, and then he shall have a casting vote.
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Part IV. -- Both Houses of the Parliament.

41. No adult person who has or acquires a right to vote at elections for the more numerous House of the Parliament of a State shall, while the right continues, be prevented by any law of the Commonwealth from voting at elections for either House of the Parliament of the Commonwealth.
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Instruments made under Acts of the Federal and all State Parliaments;

The terms "amendment" or "regulations" or "statutory rules" or "subordinate legislation" or "by-laws" or "delegated legislation". The question here is; when is a law, a law?
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All of the above Instruments made by any Parliament shall not be allowed in any part of the Commonwealth shall include New Zealand, Tasmania and Australia.
Amendment of Bills will usually refer to the 'Principal Act', which is the major piece of legislation being amended by the new amendment.
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Legislation is the direct operation as sources of rights and obligations and shall be the only legislation that is binding on all Courts, Judges, Juries and Living Souls.
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42.
Every senator and every member of the House of Representatives shall before taking his or her seat make and subscribe before the Governor General, an affirmation of allegiance in the form set forth in the schedule and section 42 (1) and (2) of this Constitution.
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42.1
Affirmation and completing and signing the Statutory Declaration.
I (name) make this solemn affirmation and declaration of allegiance that I shall;

inform the Electors of the Constitution, declare that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution and of the Electors of each electorate, legislate to protect the farmers Right of Title to forbid any mining on their land, legislate for the benefit of the farmers and small business, legislate for the benefit of the Electorate and of the Commonwealth.
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42.2 Statutory Declaration for all promises.
I (name) make this solemn affirmation and declaration of all promises;
(here list all promises) then sign the Statutory Declaration
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43.
A member of either House of the Parliament shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a member of the other House.
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44.
Any elected person who--

(i. ) Is under any acknowledgment of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, including the United Nations and Sharia law, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or
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(ii. )
Is attained of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offense punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer: or
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(iii. )
Is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent: or
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(iv. )
Holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth.
But sub-section (iv.):
does not apply to the office of any of or to the receipt of pay, half pay, or a pension, by any person as an officer or member of the Commonwealth's navy or army or air force, or to the receipt of pay as an officer or member of the naval or military forces of the Commonwealth by any person whose services are not wholly employed by the Commonwealth.
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Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth or is a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company or

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(vi. ) is a member of any Foreign corporation and trading or financial corporation formed within the limits of the Commonwealth or is a member of any political party shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a Senator or a member of the House of Representatives.
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(vii. )
Disqualifying Elected members of Federal and State Parliaments and interested in contracts.
Any person who directly or indirectly himself or herself, or by any person in trust for him or her, or for his or her use or benefit, or on his or her account, undertakes, executes, holds, or enjoys, in the whole or in part, any contract or agreement for or on account of the public service of the Commonwealth and of all State Parliaments or with any foreign Parliament or any Corporation or the United Nations, shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a member of the Senate or of the House of Representatives or any State Parliament, while he or she executes, holds, or enjoys the contract or agreement; or any part or share of it, or any benefit or emolument arising from it.
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45. If a senator or member of the House of Representatives or of any State Parliament--

(i. ) Becomes subject to any of the disabilities mentioned in the last preceding section 44: or
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(ii. )
Takes the benefit, whether by assignment, composition, or otherwise, of any law relating to bankrupt or insolvent debtors: or
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(iii.)
If any Member of the Parliament of the Commonwealth or of any State Parliament directly or indirectly takes or agrees to take any fee or honorarium or donations for services rendered to the Commonwealth or rendered in the Parliament or any State Parliament to any person or corporation or any business or political party his or her place shall then become vacant.  

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46.
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 or she so sits be liable to pay the sum of two hundred dollars plus all court costs to any person who sues for it in any court of competent jurisdiction.

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(i). The Head of the Commonwealth, subject to section 46, shall at no cost assist any person who sues for it in any court of competent jurisdiction.

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(ii). If a member of the Senate or the House of Representatives has committed an offense against this Constitution; the Head of the Commonwealth shall dismiss the offending member or if more than one offending member, that member or those Members shall not ever again nominate for election.
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(iii). Double Dissolution
Shall only be used if any one or all of the Members of Parliament are not consistent with any one or all of the Sections 01 or 44 or 45 or 57 or Chapter Two Sections 62 or 63 or 64.
If Parliament is not consistent with the Constitution, the Head of the Commonwealth shall dissolve the Senate and the House of Representatives simultaneously.

Subject to this Constitution the writs shall be issued within ten days from the expiry of House of Representatives or from the public announcement of the ending of the House of Representatives to prepare for election.
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47.
any question respecting the qualification of a senator or of a member of the House or Representatives, or respecting a vacancy in either House of the Parliament, and any question of a disputed election to either House, shall be determined by the House in which the question arises.
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48.
Until the Parliament otherwise provides, each senator and each member of the House of Representatives shall receive an allowance of an amount in dollars a year, to be reckoned from the day on which he takes his seat.
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49.
The powers, privileges, and immunities of the Senate and of the House of Representatives and of the members and the public meetings of each Electorate shall be such as are declared by the Parliament at the establishment of this Constitution.
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Public Meetings

The Head of the Commonwealth shall cause Letters to be written to the Living Souls who are
18 years of age and over in each Electorate in each of their States and Territories.
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The Member of Parliament shall advertise or visit each residential address of those people
to discuss a suitable time date and transport that may enable those people to attend a meeting.
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Any person who lives in the Electoral Division that is unable to attend the meeting the
Member of Parliament shall visit each residential address of those unable to attend and discuss the
decisions that were accepted by those present and if possible ask for that persons decision.
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All Decisions shall be a minimum vote of 51% of the total electors in each of the electoral divisions.
Each Living Soul that attends the meeting shall record their name and address on entry.
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Each Person who submits their idea and that persons name will be attached to that person's document.
After all submissions have been recorded with each persons name attached. A vote will be taken and
the successful one will become the Hansard to be Tabled in Parliament with that persons name and
the
name of the Member of Parliament attached.
A copy of the successful submission shall be given to that Living Soul.
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All commercial agreements shall be discussed with the Electors at the Public Meeting.
Each Member of Parliament shall go to the People in each of the Electorates to discuss all
Legislation and Agreements and Treaties; to be used between the States and Territories of Australia or;
between this Country Australia and any other Country for the decision
of a minimum vote of 51% of the total electors in each of the Electorates.
All commercial agreements shall be discussed with the Electors at the Public Meeting.
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50.
Each House of the Parliament may make rules and orders with respect to--

(i. ) The mode in which its powers, privileges, and immunities may be exercised and upheld:
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(ii. )
The order and conduct of its business and proceedings either separately or jointly with the other House.

 

PART V  POWERS OF THE PARLIAMENT

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51. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution have power to propose legislation for the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth with respect to the 39 subsections.
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(i). The Parliament of the Commonwealth shall not repeal any Legislation as this can weaken any challenge by the Electors in any court action.
But subject to Section 59 (i) of this Constitution the electors may contact the Head of the Commonwealth to issue the Writ for a Referendum to repeal the Legislation and the decision of the Electors shall be final.
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(ii). The Parliament shall subject to Sections 57 and 58 and 128, of this Constitution, that
all
legislation shall have direct reference to one of the subsections of Section 51.
All Legislation shall have direct reference to this Part Five included in the title of that legislation.

Example:
Trade and commerce;
(a) This Act is with respect to Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.
Chapter 1 Section 51, Subsection 1 -- Trade and commerce.

All Legislation shall be Titled and worded to match the Subsection number
of this Constitution with respect to;

(1.) Trade and commerce with other countries, and among the several States:

(a) This country Australia, shall manage to restore foreign trade, shall not require foreign credit and shall not be faced with an economic boycott abroad. The Parliament shall use a barter system:
That is to say; equipment and commodities shall be exchanged directly with other
countries and among the several States, circumventing all international banks.
This system of direct exchange shall be without debt and without trade deficits.

(b) The signing of any agreement or treaty with any country shall be subject to

this Constitution.

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(2.)
There shall be no taxation except for Customs duty on all imports;

(a) only for the purpose of shelf prices of all imported goods shall be equal to the
shelf prices of all goods manufactured in Australia.

2b.)  Project Money.
       
Parliament shall Legislate a new Project  the Parliament shall Legislate the Cost of the Project
        and after the Legislation has been passed and Assented to by the Governor General
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        the Governor General in Council shall authorise the Parliament to Legislate for the printing of
        Notes and the Minting and stamping of Coins to be delivered to the Contractor of the Project.
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        And after the Contractor of the Project has spent the money into the Community it shall be             used by the Government and Parliament and schools and universities and hospitals and all                 businesses.

(3.)
Bounty is sum paid to manufacturers and farmers and producers on the production or export of goods but so that such sum paid shall be the minimum cost to produce the goods and to be
uniform throughout the Commonwealth:

(a) Income to all States and all Territories but so as not to discriminate between
    States or parts of States.
(b) National Farmers Conservation Assistance Project.
A five year program that provides an innovative yet practical method to deliver
financial incentives to landholders to balance conservation and production outcomes.

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(4.)
Abolish borrowing money in Australia on the public credit of the Commonwealth
        and shall abolish the issue of all and any form of Bonds and the:

(a.) private debts of all individuals and all business such as mortgages and loans and overdrafts;
(b.) industrial and commercial debt which are owed by all businesses;
(c.) all Federal and all States and Territories government debts.

The Reserve Bank of Australia and other commercial banks may lend to international;

(a.) individual overseas Government or
(b.) individual overseas corporation or
(c.) individual overseas residents who are not Australian residents or citizens.

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(5.)
Postal, telegraphic, telephonic, internet and email.

a.)    Australia Post shall include letters, parcels, telegraphic, telephonic, internet and emails. All users of these services to send all payments to Australia Post.
Australia Post shall be responsible for all connections to all properties and the delivery of all letters and parcels to all residents.
And may include banking in rural areas.

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(6.)
 The naval and military defence of the Commonwealth and of the several States,
and the control of the forces to execute and maintain the laws of the Commonwealth:
And military services shall not be sold nor shall they become a commodity without a referendum of the Living Souls.

The Military Personnel being the army and navy and air force and defence of the

Commonwealth of Australia but so as not to authorize any form of civil conscription.
All munitions manufacture and supply shall be subject to;
Executive Government of the Commonwealth.
The control of the Police to execute and maintain the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia
subject to Section 61 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

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(7.) Lighthouses and lightships and beacons and buoys:
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(8.) Astronomical and meteorological observations:

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(9.)
Quarantine and Environment:
.      Quarantine; All people who are Asylum seekers, refugees or boat people or
       any living animal or fruit or vegetable shall, be in detention before release into the Community.
       Environment
; All emissions into the air or any stream shall not be permitted.

(10.)
Fisheries in Australian waters beyond territorial limits:
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(11.)
Census and statistics:        
         In reckoning the number of the people of the Commonwealth, or of a State
        or other part of the Commonwealth, aboriginal natives shall not be counted. 
        Until a fair and Just agreement is reached between the Aboriginal Natives and
        the Australian Parliament on behalf of the Australian People.
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(12.) Currency, coinage, legal tender, issue of paper money.

(a) Shall have the image of Australia on the face of the notes and the coins
and the value on the back of the notes and the coins.
(b) Subject to Alteration of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

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(13.)
Banking other than State banking also State banking extending beyond the limits of the
        State concerned the incorporation of banks. There shall be a maximum of four banks.

(a) Subject to Chapter 4 Finance and Trade.

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(14.)
Insurance other than State insurance also State insurance extending beyond the limits of the
State concerned:

(a). All persons shall individually be responsible for their own safety.
(b). Insurance payments shall be subject to Chapter Four Section 115.

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(15.)
Weights and measures:
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(16.) Bills of exchange and promissory notes but shall not raise money on Credit;

(a) Subject to Chapter 4 Finance and Trade.

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(17.)
Bankruptcy and insolvency:
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(18.) Copyrights and patents of inventions and designs and trade marks:

(a) Promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to
authors
and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries;

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(19.)
Naturalization and aliens:
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(20.) Foreign corporations, and trading or financial corporations formed within the limits of the Commonwealth and the creation, dissolution, regulation, or control of such corporation.
All Executives of any corporation or company shall be responsible for;


(a) All workers wages and entitlements shall take precedence before any creditor
including any
commonwealth or any State or Territory Tax collection, Chief executive or executive salary and entitlements of and in all corporations and companies formed and trading within the limits of the Commonwealth.
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(b) All Executives and Employees shall be Australian Residents of and in any Australian
or foreign corporation.
All directors and Executives shall not fail to make provision for the workers wages
and entitlements shall be responsible for the total payment of the workers wages and entitlements and shall remain responsible till the workers wages and entitlements have been fully paid if Company or Corporation has to cease all trading in Australia.

(c) All executives shall make provision for the investments of Investors and
entitlements shall be responsible for the payment and return of all investments to
all Investors if Company or Corporation has to cease all
trading in Australia. 

(d) Any Corporation or any business shall not legally be a person. The corporation does not think, the people in it think. Corporation can not be an artificial person. 

Federal and all States and Territories, Government and Parliaments shall not be a Corporation.
And all Local Government Corporations in any form shall not be allowed.

Any
trading Corporation, failing to correct the above in all of subsection 20 shall cease all
trading in Australia. Corporation shall become a Constitutional Asset totally managed by and
employ
Australian workers. Compensation shall not be claimed by the Corporation.
The Federal or State or Territory Government and Parliament shall not Legislate the creation of any
governmental or Municipal corporations.

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Provision for farmers and trading companies:
This section shall legislate for the benefit of and accepted by any producing farming and or trading company consisting of less than twenty persons, if the legislation is made, or accepted, for the general benefit of the producing farming and or trading company.
Shall include Bounties subject to section 51 (3) or Royalty if Farmer decides to keep the Title to the land or property if the mining company has secured the Right from the farmer to mine on the Property.

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(21.) Marriage shall be between a man and a woman only.
And to have enough finance to pay for the birth of one
child or more than one child.
All pensions shall be payable to any family that are of one man and one woman only.  

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(22.)
Divorce and matrimonial causes and in relation to that or it parental rights and the custody
and guardianship of infants. 

No Son or Daughter shall ever, divorce them self from their parents.
No person who has or acquires a right to have children shall while the right continues be prevented by any law of the Commonwealth or any State or any Territory from making their own decisions who between them being the Father Mother each Child and the man or women who because of the Separation or Divorce is now the Person who has replaced either the Father or the Mother.

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   Thou shall not Kill the unborn child.

Here are a few regulatory changes which the Parliament shall legislate;
The Parliament shall establish Family Relationship Centers which will design
parenting plans for divorcing couples so that custody residence and other issues in
regard to children can be resolved without bitter disputes.
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These Centers could be expanded or separate government Centers established

where pregnant girls and women can receive advice and assistance on how they can
continue with their pregnancy without abandoning their education or
chosen career path.
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Focus more on collecting umbilical cord blood from most births and storing the samples

in a public bank there would be a suitable match for almost everyone.
The source known as Wharton's Jelly surrounds the three umbilical cord blood vessels
connecting the foetus and mother.

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(23.) Disabled and old age pensions:
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(23A. ) The provision of maternity allowances, retired and old age 
pension, widows' pensions, child endowment, unemployment, pharmaceutical, sickness and hospital benefits, medical and dental services (but not so as to authorise any form of civil financial conscription), benefits to students and family allowances:
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(b.) No resident shall be deprived of heating during the winter or cooling during summer.
If the resident has not the finance to pay for the supply for such heating and cooling then the
Parliament
shall provide the payment by adding the payment to the pension.
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51. (xxiii.) Disabled and old-age pensions, Note 205:   
HISTORICAL NOTE.— This sub-section was first proposed by Mr. Howe, at the end of the Sydney session in 1897, but was not then dealt with. (Conv. Deb., Syd., 1082, 1085–8.) At the Melbourne session, Mr. Howe proposed it again, when after a short debate it was carried by 26 votes to 4.
(Conv. Deb., Melb., pp. 1991–6.)
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This law prevents a man or woman who has fulfilled all the obligations of citizen, husband, and father, wife and mother, from becoming a pauper in his or her declining days. We should try to prevent these men and women from becoming destitute in their declining years through no fault of their own. And the Commonwealth shall say to those of its citizens who have attained a certain age, or who have been maimed for life by some accident, that they shall not want, and need not be a burden upon friends, who, perhaps, are not able to keep them, but that the Commonwealth shall provide the means from this Parliament to which they have contributed, that they can live. 
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(24.) The service and execution throughout the Commonwealth of the civil and criminal process and
the judgments of the courts of the States shall be by Jury:

No law shall be based on a persons feelings, for example;
A man may offend a woman by some act and be charged and imprisoned but another
man
may do the same act and the woman not feeling offended does not lay any charge
the
same applies to all other circumstances including Religion.

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(25.)
The recognition throughout the Commonwealth of the laws the public Acts and records
and the
judicial proceedings of the States or the National Flag and National Anthem.

The legislation governing the Australian flag and its use is a Commonwealth Act.
the Australian flag and Anthem shall belong to the people of Australia and is not
just a symbol of government and to protect the Australian flag from being destroyed and dishonored in Australia including all States and Territories.
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There shall be a Double Majority Referendum within the Commonwealth for a
National Flag.
There shall be a Double Majority Referendum within the Commonwealth for a
National Anthem.
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 Documents.
The signing of all Documents witnessed or not the Signature of all persons signing the
Document shall sign at the bottom and under the text of the Document.
All signatures shall be written in Plain English and easy to read and shall be
the same as the name printed in all lower case with the first letter in Upper Case.

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If not and the Living Soul is disabled and can not sign, shall specify the
authority for another Living Soul to sign as representative of
the Disabled Living Soul.


If not and the Living Soul is a Government or Court or Company Official and
can not sign, shall specify the authority for another Living Soul to sign as
representative of the Government or Court or Company Official.
 
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Residence on any property;
No person or persons shall take residence on any property and not have the written
consent of the Title Holder and Owner of the Property or claim possession of the property because that Living Soul has worked and or earned an income shall be guilty of  Trespass.
After the Leased period has expired that Living Soul must leave the property if that Living Soul does not leave shall be guilty of Trespass.


(26.)
  All people resident in the Commonwealth, shall not be subjected to discrimination or vilification.
All Living Souls who come from any other Country shall be subject to this Constitution and Legislation:

    (a)  All those who come from another country and choose to live in Australia shall absorb into the Australian Culture shall be subject to this Constitution and Legislation under this Constitution. All those who do not accept this shall be deported.
    (b)  Shall be no Multiculturalism. Shall only be one legislation one Constitution and one culture being the Australian Culture for all. 

    (c)   27 May 1967 Referendum;
           Parliament; Aboriginal: Submission to the electors of proposed laws for the alteration of the Constitution, entitled:
           Constitution Alteration (Aboriginal) 1967.
           This proposal sought to remove any ground for the belief that the Constitution discriminated against Aboriginal people and, at the              same time, to make it possible for the Commonwealth Parliament to enact special laws for these people.
           This proposal was carried. 

    (d)   (Original wording before 1967 referendum;
           (xxvi.) The people of any race, other than the aboriginal race in any
           State, for whom it is deemed necessary to make special laws.)
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(27.)   Immigration and emigration:          
          That the Australian Parliament shall protect the Australian people when overseas. 
         

(28.)   The influx of criminals and: 

Parliament shall not Legislate any Legislation to accept Asylum seeker or seekers and refugee and refugees arriving by any sailing vessel or airplane.
All such people who are Asylum seekers, refugees or boat people shall be returned to
that Country that was their last port of departure. Shall be declared as Invaders.

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(29.) External Affairs:

International agreements and Treaties; 
Subject to Section 44 (i) and Chapter 3, Section 75a of this Constitution.
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The Parliament of the Commonwealth may initiate an agreement with the Members of the Parliament from where the Asylum seekers, refugees or boat people
are coming from, to help those Parliaments initiate their own financial method to provide for the manufacture of goods. To build roads and railways and buildings.
This may help people may not need to be Asylum seekers, refugees or boat people.

(30.) The relations of the Commonwealth with the islands of the Pacific:

(a) Subject to Section 44 (i) of this Constitution.
(b) Parliament shall not Legislate any Legislation to send any finance to any country or
     islands from the Commonwealth Consolidated Revenue Fund.
(c) United Nations shall be responsible for the finance of Detention and care of all Asylum seeker and seekers or refugee and refugees but shall not be in Australia.
(d) Tax Payer finance shall not be used for the Detention and care of all Asylum seeker and seekers or refugee and refugees.

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(31.)
The acquisition of property on just terms from any State or person for any purpose in respect of which the Parliament has power to make laws:
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(31a).
State possession of Property shall not be compulsory;
Private property shall not be taken, without just compensation at market value per square metre
from any Title Holder to be acquired by the Commonwealth or by any State for public purposes only
in respect of which the Parliament has power to make laws and;
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Subject to Section 51 (31) of this Constitution, the Parliament shall not acquire the land
from any Title Holder except by compensation and agreement with the Title Holder of the land.
The Title Holder shall receive compensation to cover the total cost to re-locate to purchase land and a maximum size of a single story four bedroom dwelling to and at the address being the choice of the Title Holder.
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Parliament of any State or of the Commonwealth shall not, by delegated legislation create any other
Authority to acquire Private Property from any
Title Holder.
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(31b). Public Meetings of Land Holders for the acquisition or as an easement of property.
To begin this process, the Governor of the State or the Administrator of the Territory writes to all
of the land holders affected by the acquisition or as an easement of the property and expresses the
State or Territory interest in acquiring their land for the public purpose.
The public purpose shall be fully described so that all Land Holders shall fully understand
the works to be done on their properties.
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All Decisions shall be based on a minimum vote of 51% of the total Title Holders in each of the
Electoral Districts who are the Residents of the Property to be acquired.
Each person that attends the meeting shall record their name and address on entry.
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(31c). Any person who lives in the Electoral District affected by the acquisition or as an easement of the property that is unable to attend the meeting.
The Member of the Legislative Assembly shall visit each Title Holders address of those unable to
attend and discuss the decisions that were accepted by those present and if possible
ask for that person's decision.
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The Member of the Legislative Assembly shall visit each residential address of
the Title Holders to discuss a suitable time and date and transport that may enable those
Title Holders to attend the meeting to discuss the following;
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(31d). By agreement methods of acquisition
The acquisition of property on just terms for construction of infrastructure.
The Federal and State Constitutions make no mention of Statute Authorities acquiring land from any
Living Soul or Commonwealth or the State.
The Federal and State Constitutions make no mention of compulsory acquisition of land from any
Living Soul or Commonwealth or the State.
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(31e). The acquisition of property on just terms as an easement.
An easement is a grant of rights over land by the property owner in favor of another person, such as access to a Title Holders property or to enter onto land for the purpose of installing and maintaining facilities such as cables, pipelines etc.
This may not acquire the land from the Land holder as the surface can be used by the Land holder.
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(31f). Biosphere Reserve and Conservation Easements or Covenants shall be prohibited

in the Commonwealth of Australia.
It must be remembered that all Land and Water and Air is all part of Nature not created by any
Government or Parliament and free to all.
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Acquisition with the assent of the Title Holder of private land of the State on terms arranged

between the Commonwealth and the Title Holder to alter the Title to include Easements or Mining.
To protect their Rights and Liberties shall be no Acquisition for coal seam gas drilling and or extraction.
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(32.) The control of railways with respect to transport for the naval and military purposes

of the Commonwealth:
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(33.) The acquisition with the consent of a State of any railways of the State on terms arranged
between the Commonwealth and the State:
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(34.) Railway or road or highway construction and extension in any State with the consent of that State:

(34a.) The acquisition with the consent of the Title Holder of private land in the
State on terms arranged
between the Commonwealth and the Title Holder.

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(35.) Conciliation and arbitration for the prevention and settlement of industrial disputes extending

beyond the limits of any one State:
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(36.) Matters in respect of which this Constitution makes provision until the Parliament by
referendum of the People provide including matters incidental to

Home invasion the protection of occupants and self defence:

A person holding a weapon who is claiming self defence shall not be charged by any
authority such as police.
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If the police have been called to the scene of the crime or a road accident they shall take
statements and other particulars as required by law but shall not form their own opinion
and
these statements shall be recorded in the police report. The police report must then
be
signed by the person or persons that were questioned.
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The information in the police report can then be used in a court of law where it shall be
the
right of any person to use the police report as part of or to appeal the case.
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Object of a weapon was to assist weakness to cope with strength but not kill the offender.
That no government shall deprive people for whom they are responsible of
the right to defend themselves.

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(37.) Matters referred to the Parliament of the Commonwealth by the Parliament or Parliaments of
any
State or States but so that the law shall extend only to States by whose Parliaments the matter
is
referred, or which afterwards adopt the law.
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(38.) The exercise within the Commonwealth, at the request or with the concurrence of the Parliaments of all the States concerned, of any Legislative powers with respect to the affairs of the territory of the Commonwealth, or any part of it, which can at the date of the establishment of this Constitution be exercised only by the Parliament of the United Kingdom or by the Electors voting at a Referendum;
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(38a.) The exercise within the Commonwealth at the request or with the concurrence of the
Parliaments
of all the States directly concerned of any power which can at the establishment of this
Constitution be
exercised only by the Electors Parliament of each State and Territory under which
Electors Parliament
in each State and Territory shall be constituted with such powers as the People
consider necessary for
the better decisions in those areas of that State and or Territory.
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(39.) Matters incidental to the execution of any power declared by this Constitution in both or either
House of Parliament or in the Government of the Commonwealth or in the Federal Judicature
or in any department or officer of the Commonwealth.
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51:1. No proposed Alteration of this Constitution or Legislation; shall be put to the People as part
of an
Election.
But Head of the Commonwealth shall issue the Writ for the People to decide by referendum.
The Government or Parliament shall have no Power to sell any Part of the Commonwealth and of any Departments of the Public Service in each State that have been transferred to the Commonwealth, but may put the proposal to a Referendum subject to Chapter 8 of this Constitution for the consent of the Living Souls.  

51:2. Responsible legislation for all Living Soul's and business and a manufacturing base in Australia

to start projects to benefit the community to provide for; charities to help those in need,
the health and education and employment of the Living Soul's in Australia and;
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51:3. The initiative to provide for the farmers in the rural areas the right to first preference before
imports from other countries and the right to sell fruit and vegetables in all shopping centers. All
minimum production costs plus a maximum profit margin shall be the minimum amount paid for
the farmers produce.
Maintain existing Scheme that pays farmers to preserve land within the property boundaries.

Proposed Legislation that are not in this Part Five of this Constitution, and shall be put
to a
Double Majority Referendum of the Living Souls of Australia.
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51:4. The Parliament shall have no power to Legislate on any proposed Legislation if the proposed
Legislation is not in this Part Five, that Proposed Legislation shall not be Assented to by the Head of the Commonwealth
If Parliament Legislates on any Legislation that is not in this Part Five may be put to a Referendum
subject to Chapter 8 of this Constitution.

(a) All Legislation shall be available free of any cost and of charges to the Public.

(b) If any cost and of charges that Legislation shall not be valid and no member of the

Public or any court of law shall be required to have any obedience to it.

(c)All Fines that have been passed by Federal or State Parliaments that Legislation shall

remain as such and shall only be changed by Federal or State Parliaments.
No Legislation shall be tied to the Inflation Rate.

52. The Parliament subject to Section 01 of this Constitution shall, subject to this Constitution have
power to
propose legislation for the peace, order and good government of the Commonwealth
with respect to:

(i.) The seat of government of the Commonwealth and all places acquired by
the Commonwealth for public purposes but shall not include any private property: 

(ii.) Matters relating to any department of the public service the control of which is by
this
Constitution transferred to the Commonwealth shall apply only to the following:

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(iii.) Other matters declared by this Constitution to be within the power of the Parliament.
If any person is challenging the Members of Parliament where they are not consistent with this Constitution or if are not consistent with the Legislation that is mentioned in the documents and the documents have been received by the Attorney General or a court date has been set then that Legislation shall not be repealed, altered or changed or tabled in the Parliament. If so shall be declared as destroying the evidence. 

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(iv.) National Flag and Anthem for the Commonwealth of Australia by
Double Majority Referendum.

Powers of the House in respect to legislation and the Senate;
53. Proposed laws appropriating revenue or moneys, or imposing taxation, shall not originate in the Senate. But a proposed law shall not be taken to appropriate revenue or moneys, or to impose taxation, by reason only of its containing provisions for the imposition or appropriation of fines or other pecuniary penalties, or for the demand or payment or appropriation of fees for licenses or fees for services under the proposed law.

(1). The Senate shall not amend proposed laws imposing taxation or proposed laws appropriating revenue or moneys for the ordinary annual services of the Government.

(2). The Senate shall not amend any proposed law so as to increase any proposed charge or burden on the people.

(3). The Senate shall at any stage return to the House of Representatives any proposed law which the Senate may not amend, requesting, by message, the omission or amendment of any items or provisions therein. And the House of Representatives may, if it thinks fit, make any of such omissions or amendments, with or without modifications.

(4). Except as provided in this section, the Senate shall have equal power with the House of Representatives in respect of all proposed laws.

(5). The Head of the Commonwealth acting with the advice of the Head of the Commonwealth in
Council with the Executive Council shall convene a joint sitting of the members of the Senate and of
the
House of Representatives proposed legislation issuing Bills of Exchange and proposed
legislation appropriating revenue and moneys for the ordinary annual services of the
Government
subject to Chapter Four.
But not for or under any form of Debt.

(6). The Parliament shall not amend any proposed legislation so as to increase any proposed charge
or
burden on the people.
The Parliament shall not impose any Fines or Penalties to be awarded by any Court.
But may Legislate for Compensation to be paid to an injured Living Soul and or Property damage.
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Appropriation Bills;
54. The proposed legislation which appropriates revenue or moneys for the ordinary annual services
of the Government shall deal only with such appropriation.
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Tax Bill;

55. Legislation imposing taxation shall be abolished. Must hold a Double Majority Referendum to abolish taxation.
 

(1). Legislation imposing duties of customs shall be on Imports only that the shelf prices of all imported goods shall be equal to the shelf prices of all goods manufactured in Australia.
(2). Legislation imposing duties of excise shall be abolished must hold a Double Majority Referendum to abolish Excise.

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Recommendation of money votes;

56. A vote resolution or proposed legislation for the appropriation of revenue or moneys shall not be

passed unless the purpose of the appropriation has been recommended by message of the
Head of the Commonwealth to the House in which the proposal originated.
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Family and Project Legislation
(1). Parliament shall legislate to start a new Project and after the vote shall then proceed to determine the cost of the Project.
(2). Shall Legislate for the creation of money to cover the cost of the Project.
(3). The Parliament must start the Project within fourteen days of creating the money.
(4). The beginning of the Project shall be the cause of the money being circulated within the Commonwealth of Australia.

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Community

(5). Charities and Pensioners shall receive the same allowance they do now. But will be adjusted upwards if needed.
(6). Able bodied people will receive a base allowance. But will need to work to earn as much money as they want.
(7). To receive a certificate or payment notice of the value of the amount earnt.

(8). Will have a payment to purchase land and build one dwelling and purchase one car.
(9). But must be married with one man and one woman and the children of that one marriage.

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Family shall consist Births, Farmers and Manufacturers.
(10). Shall be for investment purposes as this can be done by the individual saving the earnings.
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Disagreement between the Senate and the House of Representatives;
57. If the House of representatives passes any proposed legislation and the Senate rejects or
fails to pass it or
passes it with amendments to which the House of Representatives will not agree and
if after an interval of three months the House of Representatives in the same or the next session again passes the proposed legislation with or
without any amendments which have been made or suggested or
agreed to by the Senate and the Senate rejects or fails to pass it or passes it with amendments to which the House of Representatives will not agree, the Head of the Commonwealth shall issue the writ to initiate a double majority Referendum as according to Chapter 8 section 128 of this Constitution.
But such Referendum shall not take place within six months before the date of the expiry of the House of Representatives.
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(3). If the referendum fails to accept any proposed legislation the Head of the Commonwealth shall end and discontinue meetings of the proposed legislation.
The Head of the Commonwealth shall by official notice announce the results to the public that it has not received the assent of the Living Souls of Australia.
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(4). If the referendum fails to accept any proposed legislation the Parliament shall include the words "Shall not" in the words used in the Referendum into the section of this constitution the Referendum was referring to and that Proposed Legislation in any form shall not be repeated. 
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If after such Referendum the House of Representatives again introduces the same proposed legislation the Head of the Commonwealth shall dissolve the House of Representatives subject to section 46 of this Constitution and those Members of the House of Representatives shall not register of re-election.
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(5). If the referendum accepts any proposed legislation the results shall be given to the
Head of the Commonwealth who shall contact the Head of the State of each State and the Administrator of each Territory to assemble for a joint sitting of both Houses of the Federal Parliament.
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(6). The members present at the joint sitting shall accept the result of the Referendum and shall be passed by both Houses of the Parliament and shall be presented to the Head of the Commonwealth for assent.
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(7). The Head of the Commonwealth shall by official notice announce the results to the public that it has received the assent of the Living Souls of Australia that it has been passed by both Houses of the Parliament and the assent of the Head of the Commonwealth to become law.
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Assent of the Electors to Legislation;
58.
When a proposed law passed by both Houses of the Parliament is presented to the Head of the Commonwealth for assent, he or she shall declare, according to his or her discretion, but subject to this Constitution, that he or she assents to the Legislation, or that he or she withholds assent Section 59, or
that he or she reserves the legislation Section 60 for the decision of the Electors voting at a Referendum.
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The Head of the Commonwealth may return to the house in which it originated any proposed law so presented to him or her, and may transmit any amendments which he or she may recommend, and the Houses may deal with the recommendation.
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Head of the Commonwealth shall not Assent to any Legislation if it is not in any of the Subsections of Section 51.

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High Court Legislation Drafting Court;
58a. When a proposed Legislation passed by both Houses of the Federal Parliament is presented to the Head of the Commonwealth shall within Seven Days from the date of it being passed by the Parliament, be transmitted by the Head of the Commonwealth to the High Court Legislation Drafting Court, to be there enrolled and recorded, and during a maximum period of Fourteen Days from the day of being enrolled and recorded; shall proceed to compare the proposed legislation with the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution and if the Judges' of the High Court Legislation Drafting Court decide that the Legislation is consistent with the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution the Court shall return the Legislation to the Head of the Commonwealth and he or she shall declare according to his or her discretion but subject to this Constitution that he or she assents to the Legislation.

But if before the Expiration of the said term of Fourteen Days from the day of being enrolled and recorded; the Judges of the Supreme Court Legislative Section, shall transmit to the Head of the Commonwealth a Recomendation that the Legislation is repugnant to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act, then and upon the Receipt of any such Recomendation, shall suspend the Operation of such Legislation until the Legislation has been brought by him, together with such Recomendation and amendments the Head of the Commonwealth shall return to the house in which it originated the proposed Legislation
so presented to him or her and shall transmit the amendments to the Parliament and the two Houses of Parliament shall deal with the recommendation.
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And upon accepting the recommendation by the Parliament of the Commonwealth a written Notice of such Resolution shall immediately be transmitted to the Head of the Commonwealth. And the Head of the Commonwealth shall adhere to such Authority and the Legislation shall be transmitted to the Judges of the High Court Legislative Section and if the Judges agree, shall return the Legislation to the Head of the Commonwealth and he or she shall declare according to his or her discretion but subject to this Constitution that he or she assents to the Legislation.

Each Commonwealth Legislation shall include the clause of Assent;
All proposed Legislation now passed by an absolute majority of each and both Houses of Parliament and presented to the Head of the Commonwealth for Assent; he shall declare, according to his discretion, but subject to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.

Be it therefore by the Assent of the Head of the Commonwealth most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and the House of Representatives, in this present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same, as follows:--

It shall be lawful for the Head of the Commonwealth, with the advice of the Executive Council, to declare by proclamation that Subject to Chapter 01, Section 51, Subsection (number), and signed by his or her own hand, in plain English with each letter of the alphabet being easy to read the Signature of the Head of the Commonwealth for the Commonwealth.
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This Legislation shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by proclamation of the Head of the Commonwealth in Council with the Executive Council published in the Government Gazette.  
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Mandate to the Executive Council and
Head of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Subject to section 57 and a Referendum subject section 128.

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59. Disallowance by the Electors;

Living Souls may disallow any legislation within one year from the assent of the Head of the Commonwealth and such disallowance on being made known by the Head of the Commonwealth by speech or message to each of the Houses of the Parliament shall annul the legislation from the day when the disallowance is so made known.
That the principle of Representative Parliament must be contained in this Constitution and that this Constitution shall include Representative Parliament subject to Sections 7 and 24.
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(i). Voter Veto Referendum;
The power to stop bad legislation before it can become law. The Australian people will from this day forth and for all times to come have the right to direct the Parliament at a federal or State level to hold a referendum not to proceed with intended legislation. Head of the Commonwealth shall cause Letters to be written to the Living Souls at minimum age of 18 years in each Electorate in each of their States and Territories to issue the writ to hold a
Referendum. If Referendum results in 51% of Electors agree to stop the proposed legislation the Parliament shall not proceed with the proposed law reserved for the Referendum of the Living Souls shall not have any force unless and until within one year from the day on which it was presented to
the Head of the Commonwealth for assent.
The Head of the Commonwealth shall by speech or message to each of the Houses of the Parliament that it has or has not received the assent of the Living Souls.
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60. Legislation reserved for Interpretation by the High Court Legislation Drafting Court;
Legislation reserved for Interpretation by the High Court Legislation Drafting Court subject to section 76 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution for the decision of the Judges. And after the Judges have completed their research, the court shall transmit the Judges decision to the Governor-General. The Governor-General shall by speech or message to each of the Houses of the Parliament, or by Proclamation, the decision of the High Court Legislation Drafting Court.