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Thumbnail - Paper, Abolition of the Upper House

Abolition of the Upper House

INTRODUCTION Unicameral legislatures, or legislatures with only one chamber, are uncommon in democracies. It is usually considered that two chambers are necessary for government, and this is the case for the United Kingdom, Canada (at the Federal level) and the United States (Federally, and for all states except Nebraska.)

Suitable for: Secondary , Tertiary

Thumbnail - Paper, Separation Of Powers

Separation of Powers in the Westminster System

A paper presented by Gerard Carney, Associate Professor of Law, Bond University to A.S.P.G. Queensland Chapter on Monday 13 September 1993. This paper was written prior to the passing of the Constitution of Queensland 2001.

Suitable for: Secondary , Tertiary

SES Officers Information Sheet

Information Sheet for SES Officers

As a senior officer in the Public Service, your work may require you to have a knowledge of the Queensland Parliament and its processes.

Suitable for: Senior Public Servants