Can you find the Prime Minister Scott Morrisons Oath of Allegiance consistent with the parameters prescribed by the Constitution? “We cant?”

Dear Prime Minister Scott Morrison,
I make request for documents under section 15 of the Freedom of Information Act.
The Request
I request a copy of the oath or affirmation of allegiance as required by section forty two of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act made and subscribed to by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, as provided in the Schedule consistent with the note found within the Schedule prior to the Minister taking his position within the Parliament of the Commonwealth as prescribed by section one.
 If the first requested document cannot be found I request such document showing any undertaking that the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison made prior to taking his position in the Parliament of the Commonwealth.
If the first requested document cannot be found I request such information that provides the reason the oath or affirmation was not in accordance to the terms in the first request.
Please find attached to assist you in locating the document, a copy of an oath of a previous member of the house of representatives meeting the constitutional requirements of section one, forty two and the schedule as required and requested.

 

 

Thank you for processing my request, can you be so kind as to acknowledge receipt of this Request.
Please note I only seek the constitutionally compliant document and do not seek the opinions of the ministers staff.

 

FOI-2020-087 - Signed decision

 

The Oath of Allegiance according to ~ s24A(1)(b)(ii) ~ “Do Not Exist”

 

The author requested a copy of the Prime Minister Scott Morrisons Oath of Allegiance consistent with constitutional parameters found in section 42 and the Schedule to the Act, his office failed to provide a copy of the oath relied upon request. When you walk into the office of any professional they can produce the qualification to sit in that position, but not the Prime Ministers Office? More to come on this extremely important qualification the constitution prescribes so as to legally sit in the House of Representatives.

Parliamentary Oaths.

 

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