Government and the law in Australia
Chapter III Practice Test
Chapter III Practice Test
1. What happens after a proposal of a new law or a change to the law?
On 1 January 1910 On 1 January 1901 On 26 January 1901
2. What do members of a political party do?
The proposal is pass to the Governor-General for approval The House of Representatives and the Senate signs and agree with the proposal The House of Representatives and the Senate consider, debate and vote on whether they agree with the proposal
3. Who does not have a police force?
They work together to interpret and apply the laws They work together to put the laws into practice They work together to have the party's ideas turned into laws
4. Who is the leader in the Australian government system?
Australia The tates and the Northern Territory Towns
5. Who chosen the Government Ministers?
The Queen of Australia The Governor-General The Prime Minister
6. Which level of government responsible for taxation, national economic management, immigration and citizenship?
The Governor-General The government leader The people of Australia
7. Who is not an Australian leader?
Australian Government Australian state and territory government Australian local goverment
8. Which of these statements about Australia's national identity was beginning to form around 1901 is incorrect?
Chief Minister Councillor President
9. Who is free to join a political party in Australia?
A new revolution is form Sporting teams were representing Australia internationally A unique Australian culture was developing in popular songs, poems, stories and art
10. Who is the representative of the Head of State in Australia?
People with Australian citizenship People born in Australia Anyone
11. How members of the Australian Parliament Houses are elected?
The Governor The Governor-General The Prime Minister
12. Which is not a political party in Australia?
By the people usually elect representatives to each House in amunicipal election By the people usually elect representatives to each House in a federal election By the people usually elect representatives to each House in a state election
13. Who do Members of Parliament represent?
The Australian Labor Party The Liberal Party of Australia The Democratic Party of Australia
14. Who is encourage cooperation between the levels of government?
All Australians living in Victoria Everyone who lives in Australia Everyone who lives in his or her electoral district
15. Which of these statements about the Australian Electoral Commission is correct?
The Australian Governor The Australian Governor-General The Council of Australian Government
16. What are ministers important areas of government?
It conducts federal elections and referendums It maintains the Commonwealth electoral roll All the above
17. Where are state and territory governments based?
Street signs, traffice controls and bridges Public transport, hospitals and health services Employment, Indigenous affairs and the Treasury
18. Name some of the most serious crimes in Australia?
In Canberra In national capital city In their capital cities
19. Which is not a federal crime?
Murder, assault or sexual assault. Violence against people or property, armed robbery or theft. All the above
20. When did the Australian Constitution take effect?
Drug trafficking Traffic offences Crimes against national security
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