Electoral Legislation

Electoral legislation
  Parliaments and Local Councils Electoral Legislation
Commonwealth
Head of State
Governor-general
Leader of Government
Prime Minister
Senate Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918
Referendum (Machinery Provisions) Act 1984
House of Representatives
New South Wales
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
Legislative Council Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912
Constitution Act 1902.
Legislative Assembly
Local Councils Local Government Act 1993
Victoria
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
Legislative Council The Constitution Act Amendment Act 1958
Constitution Act 1975
Legislative Assembly
Local Councils Local Government Act 1989
Queensland
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
(Legislative Council abolished 1922)
Legislative Assembly
Electoral Act 1992
Referendums Act 1997
Local Councils Local Government Act 1989
City of Brisbane Act 1924
Western Australia
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
Legislative Council Electoral Act 1907 and some aspects of the Constitution Acts Amendment Act 1899
Legislative Assembly
Local Councils Local Government Act 1995
South Australia
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
Legislative Council Electoral Act 1985
House of Assembly
Local Councils Local Government Act 1999
Local Government (Elections) Act 1999 & Regulations
Local Government (Implementations) Act 1999
City of Adelaide Act 1998
Tasmania
Head of State
Governor
Leader of Government
Premier
Legislative Council Constitution Act 1985
Electoral Act 1985
House of Assembly
Local Councils Local Government Act 1993
Northern Territory
Head of State
Administrator
Leader of Government
Chief Minister
Legislative Assembly Northern Territory Self Government Act 1978
Northern Territory Electoral Act 1995
Municipal Councils Local Government Act
Local Government (Electoral) Regulations 1996.
Local Councils Local Government Act
Respective Community Government Scheme
Australian Capital Territory
Head of State
Governor-general (the Governor-general has certain reserve powers and can disallow legislation, recommend amendments to legislation and under extreme circumstance dissolve the Assembly)
Leader of Government
Chief Minister (The Chief Minister is elected by the Assembly andexercises a number of powers normally exercised by a Governorincluding appointment of Ministers and signing law into effect)
Legislative Assembly Electoral Act 1992
Referendum (Machinery Provisions) Act 1994
Australian Capital Territory (Self Government) Act 1988

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