THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: MAKING SENSE OF MULTIPLE INTENTIONS

The delegates to the 1890s Constitutional Conventions were well aware that the amendment mechanism is the ‘most important part of a Cons­ titution’, for on it ‘depends the question as to whether the state shall develop with peaceful continuity or shall suffer alternations of stagnation, retrogression, and revolution’.1 However, with only 8 of 44 proposed Read More …

Does the Constitution Empower the Parliament to create Australian Citizens? FOI19-074

The Framers of the Constitution made it quite clear that the Commonwealth could naturalize a person for, and on behalf of the British Crown to be British subjects. (Subjects of the British Crown). Citizenship is relating to where you reside regardless of nationality. The author, after discovering a proposed Bill within the Constitutional Commission Reports 1988 Read More …

Queen & Crown ~ A Summary of the First & Final Constitutional Commission Reports 1988

Queen & Crown: A summary of the Final Constitutional Commission Reports of 1988 commissioned by the Attorney Generals Office so as to overhaul the Commonwealth Constitution. The Commission made various recommendations which included 42 proposed Bills to alter and amend the Constitution to bring it up to date with the the changes bought about over Read More …