The Parliament and how it can use its powers.
The Australian Constitution
The Australian Constitution is the set of rules by which Australia is governed.
The Constitution Has 8 Chapters
The role of the King, the Governor-General and ministers.
The role of the courts.
Finance and Trade
How the government looks after public money and how business is to be done between the federal government and state governments.
The rights and powers of the states.
How new Australian states can be formed.
The location of the national capital and other issues.
Alteration of the
How the Constitution can be changed.
The Constitution can only be changed by a special vote of the people called a referendum.