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Question 1: The two ________ Senators represent the Australian Capital Territory and the Jervis Bay Territory.
Victoria (Australia)Northern TerritoryNew South WalesAustralian Capital Territory

Question 2: On most sitting days in both Houses there is a session called ________ at which Members and Senators address questions to the Prime Minister and other ministers.
Barack ObamaQuestion TimeUnited StatesUnited States Congress

Question 3:
What is the legislature of Parliament of Australia called?
42nd Parliament
Provincial Assembly
South Carolina General Assembly

Question 4:
Which is currently the premier party of Parliament of Australia?

Question 5: [1] The only building in Melbourne large enough to house the 14,000 guests was the ________.
Carlton Gardens, MelbourneMelbourne AirportRoyal Exhibition BuildingRMIT University

Question 6: Pursuant to an Act of Parliament passed in 1973, senators are elected to represent the territories (excluding ________).
Norfolk IslandNew CaledoniaWallis and FutunaPitcairn Islands

Question 7: The ________, the Senate, consists of 76 members: twelve for each state, and two for each mainland territory.
Abolished upper houseAustralian SenateBicameralismUpper house

Question 8: The two Houses meet in separate chambers of Parliament House on Capital Hill in ________.
SydneyCanberraMelbourneDarwin, Northern Territory

Question 9: It is bicameral, largely modelled in the Westminster tradition, but with some influences from the ________.
110th United States Congress111th United States CongressUnited States SenateUnited States Congress

Question 10: The Liberal Party elected ________, then a Senator, as its new leader, and he was sworn in as Prime Minister on 10 January 1968 (following an interim ministry led by John McEwen).
John GortonMalcolm FraserHarold HoltGough Whitlam


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