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Parliament of South Australia Cufflinks

Updated at 2024-06-14

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The Parliament of South Australia was established in 1857 after becoming a self-governing colony with the ratification of a new constitution and the creation of a representative government system. South Australia was a pioneer in enacting legislation more advanced than other regions in Australia or the British Empire at that time. Councillors are elected into the 22-seat Legislative Council based on a proportional representation system to serve for a usual term of 8 years. Eleven seats are up for re-election every 4 years. The two large letters, LC, inscribed on the cufflinks are the abbreviation for the Legislative Council.

Details

Name
Parliament of South Australia Cufflinks
Giver
Tung Ngo, Member of the Legislative Council, South Australia Parliament
Friendly States
Commonwealth of Australia
City
South Australia

Language: English
Area: 1,043,514 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 1,770,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Primarily produces primary products such as wheat, wool, barley, fruits, wine, beef, and lamb.
 

Size
L2cm W2cm H2cm
Category
Metal、Emblems
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