Oaths and Affirmations of Public Office

Section 42: Oath ‘directory and not absolute’ In September 1901, Attorney-General, Alfred Deakin, advised that, in his opinion, the direction in section 42 of the Constitution, that a member of the federal Parliament ‘shall before taking his seat make and … Continue reading Oaths and Affirmations of Public Office
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