Government and the law in Australia
Chapter III Practice Test
Chapter III Practice Test
1. How are local councillors chosen in each local government area?
The Queen of Australia Representatives The key decision making body of the Australian Government The House of Representatives
2. What do you pledge at the citizenship ceremony?
Appointed by the Governor Nominated by the Administrators Voted by citizens
3. When was the new Parliament House in Canberra opened?
To uphold and obey Australian Constitution To uphold and obey Australia traffic rules To uphold and obey Australia laws
4. What is a constitutional monarchy?
1988 1989 1998
5. What matters do senators discuss?
A king or queen is not the head of state A king or queen is the head of state and has absolute power A king or queen is the head of state but has to act in accordance with the constitution
6. What does the Australian government Executive include?
Matters of community services Matters of health services Matters of national importance
7. What is the name of the leader of a state government?
The Prime Minister and the Governor-General The Governor-General and the judges The Government ministers and the Governor-General
8. What do members of a political party do?
Chief Minister Premier Prime Minister
9. Can you raise matters that concern you with your elected representative?
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
10. Who make up the Cabinet in Australian Government?
11. Who is a Councillor?
All the members of Parliament Ministers with the most senior portfolios All the Governors and Administrators
12. Who controls road and traffic rules?
A Member of Parliament in any state or territory The leader of a territory government An elected member of a local council
13. Which of these statements about the Queen of Australia is correct?
Australian Government State and territory governments Local government
14. The Governor-General acts independently of all political parties
In Australia, the Queen does not have a day-to-day role in government The Queen appoints the Prime Minister as her representative in Australia The leader of the Australian Government
15. Which is not a responsibility of the Australian Government?
16. How do Australian state governments operate?
Employment Airports and air safety Roads and road traffic control
17. Which is a responsibility of the state and territory government?
In a different way to the Australian Government In a similar way to the Australian Government In a similar way to a business
18. What do members of the House of Representatives discuss?
Police Defence Trade
19. What do you call the Australia's national police force?
Matters of national importance Matters of community planning Matters of education planning
20. What is the Cabinet in the Australian Government?
The Australian Federal Police The Commonwealth Police The Australian Commonwealth Police
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