Question 11: Which of the following describes separation of powers? a) The Constitution is considered the supreme law of the land; b) The powers not expressly written in the Constitution are reserved to the states; c) Political authority governs an entire nation from one central point: d) Distribution of political authority between different branches of government. Question 12: The Australian Federal Constitution may be changed only: a) With the agreement of all State and Territory Governments; b) By a referendum with the approval of a majority of the Australian parliament and government; c) By a referendum approved by a national majority of electors in the States and Territories together and a majority of electors in a majority of the States; d) With the agreement of both the Federal Government and the State governments. Question 13: Which of the following explains why Australia is called a ‘constitutional monarchy? a) Australian citizens have elected the Queen as Head of State. b) Australian Prime Minister receives instructions from the Queen through Governor General, who is the Queen’s representative in Australia c) The Australian Head of State is the English Monarch of the day as recognised in the Australian Constitution d) Australia is still a British colony with the Queen as Head of State. Show transcribed image text
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