South Australia

Dec 29, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Conservapedia

South Australia is a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral parliament. The leader of the party with a majority in the lower house, the House of Assembly is known as the Premier.

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Patrick Callioni

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South Australia is no such thing....it is a constituent state of the Commonwealth of Australia and has no international standing whatsoever...ditto for the other states!

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Patrick Callioni wrote:
South Australia is no such thing....it is a constituent state of the Commonwealth of Australia and has no international standing whatsoever...ditto for the other states!
If they left the Federation they then would answer directly to the office of the Queen or her successors.

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