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The Australian Constitution, as altered to 30 April 1991 together with statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942, Australian Act 1986 and an introduction and outline
Bib ID 2699202
Format BookBook
Author
Australia
 
Uniform Title Constitution
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description [Canberra] : Published for the Parliamentary Education Office by the Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1991 
viii, 48 p. ; 15 cm. 
ISBN 064414016X
Notes

Previous ed.: [St. James, N.S.W.] : Constitutional Commission, 1987.

Cat. no. 910368X.

Subjects Australia. Constitution.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Parliamentary Education Office
Terms of Use Commonwealth of Australia 1991, Outline - The Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia 1991. 

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