5 Wrong name entered it was witlam who couldnt get supply or legislation through, some minor corrections
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  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... iei.e. money to be allocated, Parliament becomes atcomes to a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. WitlamWhitlam couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Witlam couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... i.e. money to be allocated, Parliament comes to a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Whitlam couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
4 Wrong name entered it was witlam who couldnt get supply or legislation through
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  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Malcolm FraserWitlam couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Malcolm Fraser couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Witlam couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
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I don't believe what I'm reading.

  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Malcolm Fraser couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.

I don't believe what I'm reading.

  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Malcolm Fraser couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
  1. The Queen Cannot sack the Prime Minister of Australia.
  2. In 1975, (I was there) the Governor General did NOT sack the Prime Minister, he has no power to sack the Prime Minister.
  3. What can happen is this. If the Parliament cannot get legislature through parliament, due to blockage of the other side. Again and again. And 'supply is blocked'... ie money to be allocated, Parliament becomes at a standstill. The Prime Minister can approach the Governor General and request a 'Double Dissolution' Both the Upper and Lower houses are disbanded, and a new election for both upper and lower houses are called for. This is what occurred in 1975. Malcolm Fraser couldn't get legislature through. There was an election, and Malcolm Fraser and Liberals were voted in.
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