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Commonwealth of Australia Constitution

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A constitution is a set of rules by which a country or state is governed.

The Australian Constitution was created by a British Act called the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901. Section 9 of this Act is headed ‘Constitution’ and contains eight chapters and 128 sections that make up the Australian Constitution.

What is the Commonwealth of Australia’s Constitution?

Who wrote our Constitution?

How do we change the Commonwealth of Australia’s Constitution?

How does our Constitution affect our lives?