Exclusive powers of the Parliament

Exclusive powers of the Parliament

- Constitution of Australia

Exclusive powers of the Parliament

52. The Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have exclusive power to make laws for the peace, order, and good government of the Commonwealth with respect to-
(i.) The seat of government of the Commonwealth, and all places acquired by the Commonwealth for public purposes:
(ii.) Matters relating to any department of the public service the control of which is by this Constitution transferred to the Executive Government or the Commonwealth:
(iii.) Other matters declared by this Constitution to be within the exclusive power of the Parliament.

Constitution of Australia

Bill Of Rights
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act

Chapter I - The Parliament

Part I - General
Part II - The Senate
Part III - The House of Representatives
Part IV - Both Houses of the Parliament
Part V - Powers of the Parliament

Chapter II - The Executive Government

The Executive Government

Chapter III - The Judicature

The Judicature

Chapter IV - Finance And Trade

Finance And Trade

Chapter V - The States

The States

Chapter VI - New States

New States

Chapter VII - Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

Chapter VIII - Alteration Of The Constitution

Alteration Of The Constitution

Schedule

Schedule
Constitution Australia Powers Parliament 2022
Charles is now King of Australia – but that doesn’t mean any legal or constitutional change The Guardian
Dreaming of a Constitution without colour The Spectator Australia
Australia's PM says referendum on republic not his priority The Associated Press - en Español
How the Queen’s constitutional role shifted over her reign The Guardian