The Parliament of Queensland is the legislature of Queensland, Australia. According to the state's constitution, the Parliament consists of the Queen and the Legislative Assembly. It is the only unicameral state parliament in the country.
The Queensland Parliament is a unicameral parliament, consisting of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland (the Lower House). The Legislative Assembly is ...
In 1922 the Theodore Labor Government abolished the Legislative Council, thereby converting the Queensland Parliament from a bicameral arrangement ( two ...
Welcome to the Queensland Parliament web site - accessibility access keys available by ... Unicameral legislatures, or parliaments with only one chamber, are ...
Oct 4, 2013 ... Queensland's unicameral parliament limits oversight and scrutiny of ... its Upper House and since has operated as a unicameral legislature.
Mar 25, 2010 ... Is a unicameral legislature a good idea? ... in the USA and Queensland in Australia are 'unicameral' – the legislature has only one house.
Oct 6, 2016 ... The 73 local governments in Queensland are responsible for making ... The Legislative Assembly (Parliament); The Executive (Cabinet and ... This makes it a 'unicameral' parliament, meaning that it has just one House - the ...
Nov 23, 2013 ... The states only two independent MPs have called for Queensland to bring back the Senate. ... “The unicameral system in the time I have been in parliament has seen legislation brought in as emergent legislation, when ...
Dec 4, 2013 ... OPINION: Queensland is unique amongst Australian States – it does not have a Senate. Its parliament is unicameral. Recently, there have ...
of Queensland and the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and British Colombia. ... Five out of the six Parliaments began as bicameral legislatures, but all.