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LATROBE UNIVERSITY Diploma of Business Administration (¯`•.__oOo__.•´¯) Business Law Assignment “Analyze the structure of Australian Government system and compare it with Vietnamese Government system” (Word count: 1200) Teacher: H Thuý H ng Student: Nguy n Ng c Quang Class : DBA-12B Date: October, 2008
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Australia is a country in the southern hemisphere comprising the mainland of Oceania. It has six states, including New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia . The two major mainland territories are the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and other minor territories. In general, Australia is a high developed country in terms of both economy and society. Vietnam, officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam when unified in 1975, is one of the three Indochinese countries and located in South-east Asia. From a poor and populous nation which was intensively ravaged through the 2 Wars, Vietnam is gradually recovering and developing and in fact, they are reaching a lot of achievements, particularly in democratic reforms and judicial renovations. This essay will focus on comparing the structure of Australian and Vietnamese Government in order to identify advantages and disadvantages in both these political institution. In the first place, The Commonwealth of Australia is a constitutional democracy based on a federal division of powers. The form of government used in Australia is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government. Queen Elizabeth II is the Queen of Australia, a role that is distinct from her position as monarch of the other Commonwealth realms. The Queen is represented by the General Governor at federal level and by the Governors at state level. Although the Constitution gives extensive executive powers to the General Governor , these are normally exercised only on the advice of the Prime Minister. The most notable exercise of the General Governor’s reserve powers outside the Prime Minister's direction was the dismissal of
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