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Issues paper / Constitutional Centenary Foundation
Bib ID 1573754
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Issues paper (Constitutional Centenary Foundation (Australia))
Description Carlton, Vic. : The Foundation, 1996-<1997> 
<10> pamphlets ; 30 cm. 
Incomplete contents
  • 1A. Should there be a new preamble to the Constitution?
  • 2A. Future directions for Australia's head of state
  • 4A. How should rights be protected in Australia
  • 4F. How should freedom of speech be protected in Australia?
  • 5D. Should people with dual citizenship be allowed to stand for Parliament
  • 6C. Should the external affairs power be limited?
  • 6F. Should the Northern Territory become a state?
  • 7A. How should judges be appointed?
  • 8A. Should the Constitution expressly recognize the indigenous peoples of Australia?
  • 9B. Should the Australian people be allowed to initiate referendums?
 
Notes

To be used in conjunction with Fact sheet (Constitutional Centenary Foundation)

Subjects Australia. Constitution.
Other authors/contributors Constitutional Centenary Foundation (Australia)
Also Titled

Also known as: CCF info sheets

Fact sheet (Constitutional Centenary Foundation)


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