Does an Instrument exist giving license to create the Queen & Crown of Australia?

If an enumerated power fails to exists within the Commonwealth Constitution to create a pretend adopted title of Queen in conflict with the entrenched requirement found within the  covering clauses, how can a valid claim to this fact be without merit unless it is to decieve an unsuspecting public based on a general acceptance beyond Read More …

Inquiry into Electronic Voting.

Electronic voting has been trialled or implemented in six of Australia’s nine electoral jurisdictions, with each jurisdiction adopting different practices and systems. However, as noted by Taylor in his review of Australia’s electronic voting systems, electronic voting “has mostly been used for those with [disabilities and a restricted franchise], and has not until recently been Read More …

WARRANTS AND PATENTS.

By Warrant under The Queen’s Sign Manual these are submitted to I he Queen by a Secretary of State (usually the Home Secretary). These Warrants are prepared by the Crown Office on receipt of instructions from the originating 1)epartment known as a “giving effects letter”. .\lIer Ihe Queen has signed the Warrant. the submitting Minister Read More …

The Politics of Inclusion: The Right of Self-Determination, Statutory Bills of Rights and Indigenous Peoples

Two relatively recent and overlapping developments potentially offer a new direction for the Indigenous self-determination project, which has been marginalised by Australian governments in recent years: first, the trend towards the domestic protection of international human rights through statutory bills of rights in Australian jurisdictions; and second, the burgeoning recognition of the right of self-determination Read More …