|Statement||Australian Electoral Commission.|
|Contributions||Australian Electoral Commission.|
|LC Classifications||JF493.A8 A516 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 496 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||496|
|LC Control Number||91178241|
Pages in category " referendums" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Constitutional Commission and the referendums. Canberra: Centre for Research on Federal Financial Relations and Royal Australian Institute of Public Administration (ACT Division) MLA Citation. Nethercote, J. R. and Galligan, Brian. and Royal Australian Institute of Public Administration. A.C.T. Division. and Australian National University. The Australian constitutional referendum: Electoral Studies (W)), , The Australian Constitutional Referendum: ANTHONY JARVIS Nuffield College, Oxford 0X1 1NF, England On Saturday 3 September , four référendums were added to the already long list of those which have failed to gain the assent of the Australian : Anthony Jarvis. ‘Soft’ forms of direct democracy: Explaining the occurrence of referendum motions and advisory referendums in Finnish local government. Swiss Political Science Review, Vol. 23, Issue. 1, p. Swiss Political Science Review, Vol. 23, Issue. 1, by:
Constitution Alteration (Parliamentary Terms) sought to increase House of Representatives terms from a maximum of three years to a maximum of four years, and to reduce Senate terms from a six-year fixed term to a four-year fixed term. It also sought to introduce simultaneous elections for the Houses. Australia. Referendum, Question 1. The referendum allows citizens to vote on a public issue in an election at the local, subnational, or national level. The vote may be advisory or mandatory, statutory or constitutional. Most democracies have voted on a referendum, and the incidence of referendums increased in the last quarter of the twentieth century. Brexit & The EU In/Out Referendum Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. The book draws on papers presented originally in February this year at the first anniversary conference to celebrate the `ConCon', which is the source of the two referendum questions now before us. Last time round, the trigger for the referendum was the Final Report of the Constitutional Commission, an expert advisory body.
Breuer, Anita Obstacles to citizen participation by direct democracy in Latin America: a comparative regional analysis of legal frameworks and evidence from the Costa Rican case. Democratization, Vol. 18, Issue. 1, p. Cited by: The referendum will be the third attempt to have local government recognised in the Australian Constitution following failed attempts in and The decision to hold the referendum supports the recommendations of the Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Local Government and the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional. Referendums in Australia are polls held in Australia to approve parliament-proposed changes to the Constitution of Australia or to the constitutions of states and territories. Polls conducted on non-constitutional issues are usually referred to as plebiscites.. Voting in a referendum is compulsory for those on the electoral roll, in the same way that it is compulsory to vote in a general election. While much has been written on the origins and development of the Bougainville conflict (–), as well as the peace process (–) and the implementation of the Bougainville Peace Agreement (BPA), a comprehensive analysis of the complex arrangements for the referendum has not previously been published.* With the referendum due to take place on 23 November , .