The Key to Your House – ep 3 – Parliamentary Process
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The Key to Your House – ep 3 – Parliamentary Process

The opening ceremony of a parliament is a very impressive affair. Here in Western Australia, it involves all the political leaders, judges, top ranking officers from the Armed Forces, church leaders and civic leaders. It symbolises the continuance and stability of our democratic institutions. In the Westminster Parliament in London, the official opening by the […]

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Dr. Gary Habermas – Liberty University Convocation
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Dr. Gary Habermas – Liberty University Convocation

>>GARY HABERMAS: Well, people used to introduce me in churches. Pastors, they’d say, “and on top of everything else, this guy’s the ice hockey coach at Liberty.” And say, “I don’t know; I think that’s a non-Christian sport, but you can ask him about that later.” And he’d sit down like he’d created a little […]

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Your voice in Parliament (primary)
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Your voice in Parliament (primary)

One way to have a say in how the country is run, is to use your vote. You have to be 18 or over to vote in General Elections, and you can register from the age of 16. But whatever your age there are loads of other ways to get involved and have your voice […]

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About Parliament: A New Parliament updated January 2018
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About Parliament: A New Parliament updated January 2018

Music. Electing the House of Representatives. In Australia, the House of Representatives can only meet for a maximum of three years before its members must face re-election. Any time during this three-year term, the Prime Minister may request an election. ‘The Governor-General has accepted my advice to dissolve both houses of Parliament.’ When this happens, […]

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