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Human Rights in Australia

Human Rights in Australia

Rights in Australia
Human rights are something which every individual must have no matter which country he/she belongs. Human rights are a part of our lives, and most of us take it for granted. Australia is proud of its human rights, and though it is not perfect, many people are given privileges for various things. Protection of human rights in Australia: Very often the human rights are not given to people, and even though there is a law, the citizens are often withheld from it. The government of Australia tries so hard to protect the human rights of its land and to bring the human right standards on an international level to Australia; it has introduced these laws as domestic law. These laws cannot be overruled by any state in Australia. State governments…
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Types of laws – Australian Legal System

Types of laws – Australian Legal System

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The constitution of Australia was established in the year 1901 by the federal government in the country. There are six states in the country and based on the legal system the power is distributed between the six states and the central government. The legal system which is followed by Australia was inherited from the British as they the ones who had colonised Australia. There are two major sources in Australian law, and they are cases and legislation. Cases include the decisions which are made in the court by the judges, and the legislation is the rules which are made by the parliament. History of Australian legal system: The legal system of Britain was brought into Australia as the English had set up a Colony in the country during the 1770s…
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