A bill of rights which does not allow the courts to declare legislation invalid
A human right expressly protected in the Constitution – freedom of religion
A right that exits because courts have interpreted that it is implied or inferred in the wording of the Constitution
A human right expressly protected in Constitution – trial by jury (Cwlth cases)
USA Bill of Rights – what is the second amendment?
The House of Representatives will be chosen ‘by the people’
Which High Court case established a limited right to vote for prisoners?
In what year was a referendum passed that Cwlth judges retire at 70?
Legislation can be declared invalid by courts if it contravenes a bill of rights
Restriction on the states – only the Cwlth can impose customs/excise duties
Human right expressly protected in Const – just compensation for acquired property
Restriction on states – state legislation invalid where inconsistent with Cwlth
Simultaneous elections fiasco – 62.2% of all votes, only 3/6 states, so failed
Human right expressly protected in Const – freedom of movement between states
The wording of the Constitution can only be amended with vote at referendum
Courts ‘read, interpret and apply’ words found in legislation. This is known as
In which year did the referendum to outlaw communism…