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Question 1:
Which is currently the premier party of Australian Senate?

Question 2: ________ and Country Liberal Party
Prime Minister of AustraliaNational Party of AustraliaLiberal Party of AustraliaAustralian federal election, 2007

Question 3: The constitutional text denies the Senate the power to originate or amend appropriation bills, in deference to the conventions of the classical ________.
Parliamentary systemWestminster systemCommonwealth realmPrime minister

Question 4: Greens Western Australia members are grouped together with ________.
Australian GreensGreen partyGreenLeftGreen politics

Question 5: The ability to block Supply was the origin of the ________.
Constitutional Convention (Australia)1975 Australian constitutional crisisProposals for new Australian statesAustralian constitutional law

Question 6: On 8 October 2003, the then Prime Minister ________ initiated public discussion of whether the mechanism for the resolution of deadlocks between the houses should be reformed.
Kevin RuddPaul KeatingJohn HowardHoward Government

Question 7: From 1919 to 1922 the Nationalist Party of Australia had 35 of the 36 Senate seats, and in 1946, the ________ government won 33 out of the 36 Senate seats.
Australian federal election, 1901Australian SenateAustralian Labor PartyAustralian federal election, 2007

Question 8: In 1975, the two territories, the Northern Territory and the ________, elected 2 Senators each for the first time, bringing the number to 64.
Australian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesVictoria (Australia)Tasmania

Question 9: The exceptions in recent times have been the Tasmanian Brian Harradine and the South Australian ________.
Sarah Hanson-YoungNick MinchinSteve FieldingNick Xenophon

Question 10: Executive
Queen (Elizabeth II)
Governor-General (Quentin Bryce)
Prime Minister (________)
Federal Executive Council
Wayne SwanAustralian federal election, 2007Kevin RuddBarack Obama


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