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Parliament of South Australia Tie

Updated at 2024-05-25

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The Parliament of South Australia is a bicameral legislature comprising the House of Assembly (lower house) and the Legislative Council (upper house). All members of parliament are required to pledge allegiance to the Head of the Commonwealth and convene at least once a year. Councillors of the Legislative Council serve a term of 8 years. They are elected based on a proportional representation system that affords representatives from smaller parties or independents a better chance to gain seats and facilitate the even distribution of power. The House of Assembly comprises 47 seats, with members serving 4-year terms. Candidates are elected by anonymous ballots cast in a full-preference voting system. Candidates must secure an absolute majority to be elected as members. The crown on the tie symbolizes the British monarchy, reflecting Australia's status as a constitutional monarchy with the British monarch as the ceremonial head of state.

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Name
Parliament of South Australia Tie
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
L155cm W8.5cm H0.1cm
Category
Textiles
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