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Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia

Date
1971
Reference
SA/DRS/E/1/37
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Report from the Senate Select Committee: "Drug Trafficking and Drug Abuse", 1971.

Keywords: Drugs, Crime

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1971

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1 File

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The Commonwealth Parliament is at the very heart of the Australian national government. The Parliament consists of the Queen (represented by the Governor-General) and two Houses (the Senate and the House of Representatives). These three elements make Australia a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy. There are five important functions of parliament: to provide for the formation of a government; to legislate; to provide the funds needed for government; to provide a forum for popular representation; and to scrutinise the actions of government.

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