Does Australia Need a Federal Bill of Rights?
The Commonwealth of Australia was established in 1901 when the former British colonies agreed to federate and become the six states we know today along with the two territories. Federation brought about the creation of two vital aspects for managing this new nation: parliament and the Constitution. Australia's system of government is based on liberal democratic traditions, where its conventions and practices are derived from both British and North American models. …
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