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Entry Into Canada Governor General Clarkson
368 wordsThe wonderful thing about being Canadian is that despite our blemished history, we have shown we are capable of change. Attitudes in Canada dont stay entrenched. Her appointment was called a reflection of the diversity and inclusiveness of our society. Like sunlight through a window, Adrienne Clarkson has smoothly transcended the shadows of the cold, hardened, 1940 s Canada she was raised in, only to lead Canadian diversity into the third millennium. Nearly denied entry into Canada because of a ...
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One Of The Greatest Muslim League
2,310 words... ed into a mass organisation, and made the spokesman of Indian Muslims as never before. Above all, in that momentous year were initiated certain trends in Indian politics, the crystallization of which in subsequent years made the partition of the subcontinent inevitable. The practical manifestation of the policy of the Congress which took office in July, 1937, in seven out of eleven provinces, convinced Muslims that, in the Congress scheme of things, they could live only on sufferance of Hind...
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19 Th Century Governor General
444 wordsSudan is the largest country in Africa, and is one of the poorest. It is located in the northeastern part of the continent. It is mainly made up of two regional groups: an Arab African group in the north and the Notes in the south. It's major ethnic groups of the north are the Kababish, a camel raising people; the Jaalin and Saiqiyya, who live along rivers; the Nubians, who live along the northern Nile; the Nubia of the Kordufan Plateau; and the Fur in the west. In the south there is the Dinka, ...
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Republic Would Achieve Republic We Would Lose England
498 wordsI believe that Australia should not become a republic. I think that there would be no point in becoming a republic, because we live without the intervention of the Queen at the moment, so becoming a republic would achieve nothing. If we were to become a republic, we would lose the support of England in times of war, famine or other disaster. I think that becoming a republic would achieve nothing, lose our links with England and waste the parliament's time when they should be concerned with more ...
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The Australian Constitution And Use Of Convention
1,417 wordsThe Constitution of Australia is a written document, which came into effect when the six colonies federated to form the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. It consists of eight chapters and 128 sections and lays down a set of laws or restraints by which the Federal Government must operate. It establishes the composition, procedures, functions, and powers of government, government authorities, such as the Governor General and other essential institutions. The Constitution is the basic framework fo...
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A Day In The Magistrates Court Australia
1,054 wordsA day in the Magistrates Court in Australia I was a witness at public hearing in the Court. Upon arrival at a public hearing: Witnesses are asked to complete a pro forma with their full name, address and capacity in which they appear (for example, privately or representing a residents group or professional body etc). The pro forma is used by Hansard to ensure it has personal details correct when compiling the formal transcript of proceedings. Upon coming to the committee table: The committee cha...
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East India Company British East India
1,644 words... left hanging from trees along their line of march. At Back-ke-Serai, five miles from Delhi, they met the main army of the mutineers and though the British won the field they failed to destroy the sepoy army which fled back to the protection of the walls of Delhi. The British established themselves on Delhi ridge, a thin spur of high ground to the north of the city. There, two months after they had been forced out of the city, the British once again looked down on the massive ramparts of the ...
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Separation Of Powers Governor General
463 wordsIs Parliament Supreme Over The Judiciary AndIs Parliament Supreme Over The Judiciary And The Executive? Give Reasons For Your Answer. Parliament is supreme over the executive and judiciary in the way that it is the sovereign law making body. The parliament however is restricted within the constitution and it can not act outside of it. Although it does hold great power it does not have complete power due to the separation of powers. Because the parliament exercises democratic power in accordance ...
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France And Spain Santo Domingo
1,479 wordsLouverture s Effective Leadership: Haiti s Answer to Slavery From 1791 to 1802, a former slave known as Toussaint Louverture committed his life to the abolishment of slavery in Haiti. After accomplishing his goal of freedom, Louverture s success flourished as his name, along with his amazing audacity attained universal fame. His military reputation of conquering just about any piece of land that Louverture desired created a wave of fear, all the way from America to England to Spain. Most surpris...
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French Canadian Conservative Party
543 wordsSir John Alexander Macdonald Macdonald was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1815. His father, Hugh Macdonald, set up a small manufacturing business in Glasgow. The business failed, and the Macdonald family immigrated to Canada when John was five years old. It was only through the perseverance of his mother that Macdonald received a good education. At the age of ten Macdonald was sent away from home to attend the Midland Grammar School in Kingston, Ontario. When he was 15, he was apprenticed to Geor...
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Form Of Government House Of Commons
1,662 wordsAll countries require leadership in some form. These governmental powers provide leadership, make decisions, and maintain order for that nation. How they come into power and enforce their control determines the type of government that is established. Throughout the world, there are five main forms of Government: Totalitarian, Authoritarian, Parliamentarian, Monarchy, and Unitary. All five of these are prevalent today and have different characteristics that distinguish them form one another. Tota...
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House Of Commons Prime Minister
1,017 wordsCanada is a country full of excitement and interesting information. There is a population of over 20, 004, 000 in Canada. Seventy out of every hundred canadians live in cities or other communities of more than 1, 000 people. About 45 % of the canadian people live in metropolitan areas. Canadas family life is very similar to that of American life. The typical family consists of 3 or 4 members. Canadians earn a little less money than do Americans, but they have about the same standard of living. T...
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Democratically Elected Prime Minister
1,433 wordsWas the Governor General right to argue that he had the constitutional authority to dismiss the Whitlam Government or was Whitlam correct in arguing that the principle of responsible government should prevail? On the 11 th November 1975, the Australian Governor General, Sir John Kerr, dismissed the federal Government of Gough Whitlam and commissioned Opposition Leader Malcolm Fraser as Prime Minister. The dismissal and the events leading to it clearly demonstrated the friction between constituti...
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