Australia's democratic beliefs, rights and liberties
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
Chapter II Practice Test - FREE
1. The government in Australia is secular and there is an official national religion.
2. Australians do not believe in class distinctions in our society.
3. Who has the power to make and change the laws that govern the Australia country?
4. Australians also have supports through government social security in times of need.
Only the citizen of Australia Only the parliament Only the Prime Minister
5. Which of these is a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
6. Who has the responsibility to serve on a jury in Australia?
Defend Australia should the need arise To carry a passport at all times To do local community service
7. Which of these is an example that taxes are not spent on?
All Australian citizens All people in parliament All Australian citizens aged 18 years or over
8. People who hold positions of power in the Australian community do not have to obey Australia's laws
Defence and social security Roads and railways Private house and personal car
9. It is not compulsory to vote in federal and state or territory elections for Australian citizens 18 years or over.
10. Which of these statements about Australian freedoms is incorrect?
11. Which of these is not a responsibility of Australian citizens aged 18 years or over?
We are free to meet with people in public or private places for social or political discussion We can criticise the government, peacefully protest against government decisions and campaign to change laws We cannot have political discussion, criticise the government or protest against government decisions
12. What is freedom of speech allows?
Must obey the laws To vote in elections To seek election to parliament
13. Which of these statements about passports is correct?
It allows people to say and discuss their ideas with others It allows people to write what they think All the above
14. Who collect taxes to pay for services?
Australian citizens can apply for an Australian passport Permanent residents can hold an Australian passport Australian citizens need a passport and visa to return to Australia
15. Voting is compulsory for Australian citizens aged 18 years or over in federal and state or territory elections
State and territory governments and local councils State and territory governments State governments
16. Which of these statements about Laws and religion in Australia is incorrect?
17. What system of government in Australia?
The process of divorce, including custody of children and property settlement, must follow a religion is rules, but not Australia laws Some religious or cultural practices, such as being married to more than one person at the same time, are against Australian law Most religions have rules, but these are not laws in Australia
18. How can people participate in Australian society?
Capitalist Communist Democracy
19. Australians do not believe in a fair society, where everyone deserves a 'fair go'.
Join neighbourhood and local communities Join an art or cultural organisation All the above
20. All Australians including government leaders and organisation leaders are equal under the law
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