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Bill A proposed law, yet to become a law
Significance of the second reading The discuss the bill into further detail
Parliamentary Counsel The expert who draws up laws.
Backbenchers Don't have a portfolio, but are still a part of the government
House of Representatives Lower House
Federation When Australia decided to have one central power (ACT) 1901
Constitution Book of Law's
Bill of Rights Individual rights written in the the constitution
Rights Something that each individual is entitled to such as, education, freedom of speech and life.
PM Is the leader of the party that received the majority of votes
Government The party in the Lower House that has more votes for them
Cabinet A small group of senior ministers, that assist the Prime Minister
How is the Senate in State House? There is an equal number of members from each states. 12 representing a state 2 representing a territory
Cabinets influence Cabinet members and the Prime Minister decide if a law happens. Member of the cabinet work closely with the Prime Minister
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