CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION REPORTS FREEDOM OF INFORMATION.

Below we present for your scrutiny a Freedom of Information Response from the Attorney Generals Office of the Australian Government (Not of the Commonwealth?).
The author wrote to confirm if there had been changes as recommended by the Constitutional Commission, Commissioned by the very same Attorney Generals Office, specifically Bill No 1, and Bill No. 2 below.

 

 

The 2 Bills above were recommendations by the Commission to bring the Constitution Act into conformity with the changes of the labor party (Whitlam) in 1973. The labor party created a statutory queen beyond the power of that which the Constitution provides. (As evidenced by the Attorney Generals law officer, Lindell in his report to the Attorney Generals office in 1973.

See ~ https://constitutionwatch.com.au/445-minute-by-lindell/

If the 2 Bills above were never presented to the Parliament and therefore the electors of the Commonwealth and the changes to the Constitution never took place, how is the Queen of Australia recognised within the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia?

Additionally, how are Senators and members of the House of Representatives swearing oaths of allegiance to the Queen of Australia if the Constitution failed to be amended to reflect a removal of the Queen in the Sovereignty of the United Kingdom?

 

FOI18080 - decision

The author then attempted to engage the Attorney Generals Office in discussion regarding the results of the request but was denied (Below).

Are the Attorney Generals Office in conflict with the Objects of the Act as stated below? We leave you the reader to decide.

 

 

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1982 - SECT 3

Objects--general

(2)  The Parliament intends, by these objects, to promote Australia's representative democracy by contributing towards the following-

     (b)  increasing scrutiny, discussion, comment and review of the Government's activities.

 

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FOI18080 FOLLOW UP

If the 2 Bills above were never presented to the Parliament and therefore the electors of the Commonwealth to change the Constitution, how is the Queen of Australia recognised within the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia?

How are Senators and members of the House of Representatives swearing oaths of allegiance to the Queen of Australia if the Constitution failed to be amended to reflect a removal of the Queen in the Sovereignty of the United Kingdom?

Have all Ministers since 1973 committed Treachery by swearing incorrect oaths to a Statutory Queen inconsistent with the requirements of the Constitution?

 

 

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