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The Constitution of the People Act
By the People and for the Sovereignty of the People. 
of the Commonwealth of Australia.
 
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CHAPTER SEVEN;  MISCELLANEOUS
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125. The seat of Government of the Commonwealth shall be determined by the Parliament, and
shall be within territory which shall have been granted to or acquired by the Commonwealth, and
shall be the absolute power and authority in and belong to the Commonwealth, and shall be in the
State of New South Wales, and be distant not less than one hundred miles from Sydney.
Such territory shall contain an area of not less than one hundred square miles, and such
portion of such territory as shall consist of State lands shall be granted to the Commonwealth
without any payment for such territory.  
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Section 126.
THE REFERENDUM OF THE HEAD OF COMMONWEALTH.
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A Head of the Commonwealth by Referendum of the Sovereignty of the Living Souls of Australia
shall be representative of and directly chosen by the Living Souls.
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(a). The Speaker of the House of Representatives may in a joint sitting of the Members of the Senate
and the House of Representatives invite a maximum of five High Court Chief Justice or Justices of
the High Court from the national electorate for election as Head of the Commonwealth together
with the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall hold that office until the expiration of
three or six years from the date of his or her term by Referendum or his or her death or resignation
or removal in accordance with this Constitution.
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(b). The main stages:
A referendum must be held no sooner than two and no later than six months after the proposal has
been passed by Parliament. The Parliament may determine the day of the National Referendum
shall be held on the same day in each of the Australian States.
The five Living Souls shall be put to a National Referendum of the People.
Must be approved by a double majority that is:
a national majority of electors; the person having the greatest number of votes shall be the
Head of the Commonwealth.

(c). First Head of the Commonwealth;

The first Head of the Commonwealth shall be the person occupying the position of
Governor General at the date of the enactment of this Constitution.
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(d). The term of office of the Head of the Commonwealth;

The term of office of the Head of the Commonwealth begins at the end of the term of office of the
previous Head of the Commonwealth. But if the office of Head of the Commonwealth falls vacant,
or the term of office of the out going Head of the Commonwealth ends, before the day on which
the incoming Head of the Commonwealth makes the oath or affirmation of office, the incoming
Head of the Commonwealth's term of office begins on the day after that day, but if at the end of the
term, a new Head of the Commonwealth does not take office, the office of
Head of the Commonwealth does not fall vacant and the out going Head of the Commonwealth
continues as Head of the Commonwealth until the term of office of the next Head of the
Commonwealth begins. The Oath shall be the Bill of Rights 1688.
Term means the number of days only, to be in Office.
No judicial terminology shall be used in any other way, in any Federal and or State Courts.
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(e). Head of the Commonwealth;
The provisions of this Constitution relating to the Head of the Commonwealth and
Deputy Head of the Commonwealth extend to a person performing the duties of
Head of the Commonwealth and Deputy Head of the Commonwealth.
The Head of the Commonwealth and Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall not be entitled to
receive any salary from the Commonwealth in respect of any other office during their term of office.
Head of the Commonwealth shall not serve in any other position or receive any other income.
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(f). Shall be eligible to the office of  Head of the Commonwealth;
No person except a natural born Living Soul shall be eligible to the office of Head of the Commonwealth and Deputy Head of the Commonwealth and neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five years and ten years a resident and remains a resident during the full term in office of The Head of the Commonwealth in this country of Australia.
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(g). The period the Head of the Commonwealth and the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth term of office shall be according to the election of the House of Representatives when the Referendum
would be held at same time as the election of the House of Representatives every three years.
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(h). Is qualified to be chosen as Head of the Commonwealth and Deputy Head of the Commonwealth
if;
      (a) the person is entitled to vote for the election of members of the House of Representatives and
      (b) the person is not a member of the Commonwealth Parliament or a
          State Parliament or Territory legislature or a executive of a political party
          or from Priest through to Head of any religion.

(i). No member of the Senate or House of Representatives or person holding an office of trust or
profit under this Constitution shall nominate for position as Head of the Commonwealth or
Deputy Head of the Commonwealth.
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(j). The Head of the Commonwealth must be an Australian subject of the Commonwealth entitled to vote for the election of members of the House of Representatives.
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(k). Retired Justices of the High Court for position of Head of the Commonwealth;
Retired Chief Justice or any one of the other retired Justices of the High Court shall be the only Living souls who
may apply for the position of  Head of the Commonwealth. Shall have the majority of all Electors for the appointment by Referendum of the Living Souls of the Commonwealth to hold the office of the
Head of the Commonwealth. Shall not hold the office of Head of the Commonwealth while
employed as Chief Justice or other Justices of the High Court.
Shall have full knowledge of this Constitution for the execution and maintenance of this
Constitution and of the laws of the Commonwealth.
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(l). Head of the Commonwealth directly chosen by the Living Souls;
Head of the Commonwealth shall be representative of and directly chosen by the
Living Souls of and in the Commonwealth and shall have and may exercise in the
Commonwealth under the authority of the Living Souls but subject to this Constitution such powers
and functions the Living Souls may be pleased to assign to the Head of the Commonwealth.
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(m). Head of the Commonwealth in Parliament;
Constitutional Head of the Commonwealth shall be known as the Head of the Commonwealth
and when in Parliament shall be known as the Head of the Commonwealth in Parliament.
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The Head of the Commonwealth and head of Parliament in or of the Commonwealth shall
exercise in the Commonwealth but subject to this Constitution and such powers and functions the Sovereignty of the Living Souls of Australia may be pleased to assign to the Head of the Commonwealth.
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(n). Appointment of retired High Court Chief Justice;
The Head of the Commonwealth in Council with the Executive Councilors shall be the
only authority for the appointment of High Court Chief Justice and Justices of the High Court and
Magistrates and Judges of the Supreme Court of law.
Ambassadors and consuls and the departments of and the public ministers as established
by this Constitution. Shall be the only Jurisdiction in the Commonwealth of Australia.
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(o). In case of the removal of the Head of the Commonwealth;
In case of the removal of the Head of the Commonwealth from office or of his death or
resignation or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office then the
Parliament may by this Constitution provide for the case of removal declaring the
Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall then act as Head of the Commonwealth, and
the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall act accordingly until the disability be
removed or a Head of the Commonwealth shall be elected.
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(p). The Head of the Commonwealth shall not be removed except by address from all members of
both Houses of the Parliament in the same session and praying for such removal on the ground of
proved misbehavior or incapacity.
The Head of the Commonwealth shall make public announcement of any removal.
The Head of the Commonwealth if removed shall cease to hold office.
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(q). If Head of the Commonwealth has been removed;
If the Head of the Commonwealth has been removed or has resigned from the office of
Head of the Commonwealth, the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall replace the
Head of the Commonwealth for a maximum period of 90 days after the vacancy occurs and shall
then act as Head of the Commonwealth and the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth shall act
accordingly in accordance with this Constitution.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives shall within 90 days after the vacancy occurs propose
a Referendum for the position as Head of the Commonwealth and
Deputy Head of the Commonwealth in accordance with this Constitution.
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(r). Oath Of Office;
The Head of the Commonwealth shall read the Bill of Rights 1689 as the Oath Of Office and
these the Bill of Rights 1689 shall be the Bill of Rights for the Living Souls of Australia.
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(s). From section 126 Assistant Head of the Commonwealth;
The Head of the Commonwealth with the advice of the Federal Executive Council may appoint
the Assistant Head of the Commonwealth to be the Head of the Commonwealth's deputy within any
part of the Commonwealth and in that capacity to exercise such powers and functions of the
Head of the Commonwealth as assigned to the Assistant Head of the Commonwealth but the
appointment of the Assistant Head of the Commonwealth shall not affect the exercise by the
Head of the Commonwealth of any power or function.
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(t). Deputy Head of the Commonwealth;
During any vacancy in the office of the Head of the Commonwealth or during the absence from
Australia of the Head of the Commonwealth the duties and functions of the
Head of the Commonwealth shall be undertaken by the Deputy Head of the Commonwealth.
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(u). But if there be more than one who have such majority and have an equal number of votes then a
majority of the States and Territories shall be added to decide the Head of the Commonwealth.
The candidate with the second highest number of votes shall be the
Deputy Head of the Commonwealth who shall replace the Head of the Commonwealth if the
Head of the Commonwealth is unable to perform the duties of Head of the Commonwealth.
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END of the Referendum of the Head of the Commonwealth.
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Section 127.

Shall initiate the creation of the Electors Candidate Nomination Committee.
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There shall be an Electors Candidate Nomination Committee
for each State and for each Electorate of the Commonwealth.

Governor General shall subject to section 61 of the existing Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act for the execution and maintenance of the Constitution  contact all Electors resident in the Commonwealth of Australia for the creation of an Electors Candidate Nomination Committee for each Electorate subject to Sections 7 and 24 of existing Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
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From the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act;
Section 32. The Governor-General 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 dissolution thereof.
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Electors Candidate Nomination Committee;

The Candidate Nomination Committee shall create a Trust Fund to help those Candidates who do not have the capacity to pay for the Registration cost of the Nomination under the existing electoral legislation. The Trust shall be known as the;  Candidate Nomination Trust Fund.
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Above the line Senate political party voting shall be abolished and replaced with Electors selecting six candidates and not selecting any other candidate.
The Cost to register the nomination with the Australian Electoral Commission for the Senate is $2,000.
Each Candidate shall ask each of 200 electors to donate $10 each would equal $2,000.00.
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The Cost to register the nomination with the Australian Electoral Commission for the House of Representatives is $1,000.
Each Candidate shall ask each of 200 electors to donate $5 each would equal $1,000.00.
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Nominating for the Senate and the House of representatives.
Committee secures latest Nomination Forms for Independent Candidates from the Australian Electoral Commission. Nomination Form for the Senate and Nomination Form for the House of Representatives shall be available all 12 months of every year.
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AEC Senate Single nomination Form
This is the special form for Single non-party Senate Candidates
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AEC H of R Single nomination Form
This is the special form for Single non-party House of Representatives Candidates.
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Candidate endorsed by the party then elected to parliament cancels membership then claims to be Independent shall cancel the Seat of Parliament complete Single Nomination Form signed by 200 Electors then apply for re-election.
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People from 20 to 50 years of age please support by nominating to be an Independent Candidate.
All Independent Candidates nominating for the House of Representatives may be subject to Election.
That if more than one Independent Candidate standing and if all Independent Candidates have less than 51% of the total Electorate nominating the Independent Candidate an election shall be called for that Electorate.
But if one Independent Candidate has minimum of 51% of total Electorate nominating the Independent Candidate shall be declared the Member of the House of Representatives for that Electorate.
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From the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act;
Section 83. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury of the Commonwealth except under appropriation made by law. But until the expiration of one month after the first meeting of the Parliament the Governor-General in Council may draw from the Treasury and expend such moneys as may be necessary for the maintenance of any department transferred to the Commonwealth and for the holding of the first elections for the Parliament. unquote
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Subject to section 83 shall be a provision included in The Alteration of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act the Head of the Commonwealth in Council shall draw from the Treasury such moneys for the holding of all future elections for the Parliament that no payment shall be legislated or demanded from the Independent Candidate to register.  But all other costs may be the initiative of the Candidate.

Permanent Residence in another Country.
Any one Living Soul or more than one Living Souls who have cancelled residency in the Commonwealth of Australia for a permanent residence in any other Country can not continue to  claim to be Australian nor a member of the Commonwealth of Australia.
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They would be under the Constitution and legislation of that Country and most likely paying tax and voting for members of the Parliament of that Country.
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The Living Soul or Living Souls shall not be under the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution, pay any tax, vote for any Member of the Senate or the House opf Representatives.
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But if the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia has an agreement with that Country for the payment of a Pension; the Pension shall continue to be paid to the Living Soul or Living Souls.
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Ths same would apply to the Living Soul or Living Souls who have cancelled their residency in that other Country and have a permanent residence in the Commonwealth of Australia and that country has an agreement with the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia for the payment of a Pension; the Pension shall continue to be paid to the Living Soul or Living Souls from that Country.
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