What are the branches of Government in Australia?
The three branches of the Australian government are Federal, State and Local.
The Australian Government, sometimes referred to as the Commonwealth Government, or the Federal Government, was established by the Constitution of Australia. It is divided into three arms: Legislature - House of Representatives and the Senate Executive - The Queen of Australia, the Governor-General Judiciary - The High Court of Australia The Prime Minister is a member of the House of Representatives in the Legislature (Parliament) and not in the Senate. The Prime Minister is also…
Compare and contrast the three branches of the Arizona state government with the three branches of the federal?
What are The three branches of government described in the passage American government branches of government closer look?
Answer The Australian constitution is a set of laws which Australia is governed by. A constitution explains what type of government you have, and what powers that government is entitled to. It also explains what that country considers a citizen, and the rights that they have, as a citizen. It describes to you what the government is in charge of, and, what different branches in the government are in charge of.