Witenagemōt of Australie
Se Australie Ƿitenagemōt (Nīƿenglisc: Parliament of Australia), se is ēac be naman se Cyneƿīsan Ƿitenagemōt (Commonwealth Parliament) oþðe Geþoftscipes Ƿitenagemōt, is Australie ƿitenagemōt hƿærin sind gesetnessa geƿrōhten and spricð þæs rīces lēodƿeard.
Ðes ƿitenagemōt hæfð sēo Cƿēn and tū hūs; se Senatus and þæt Spalena Hūs. On Australie stent se Gemæne Gereca in þǣre Cƿēne stede.
His bysen is se Ƿitenagemōt þæs Geānedan Cynerīces forðæm is nemnð man ðās bysen Sēo Ƿestmynster Bysen.
Se Senatus is of þāra rīcum geceorren and hæfþ 76 ƿitan, þā sindon tƿelf of ælcum rīce and tƿegen of ælcum inlendiscum landscipe. Þæt Spalena Hūs hæfþ 150 hiredmenn.
On 9 Þrimilcemōnaþ 1927 fōr se Ƿitenagemōt in þā nīƿan þēodiscum hēafodbyrig æt Canberran.
- Section 125 of the Australian Constitution provides: "The seat of Government of the Commonwealth shall be determined by the Parliament, and shall be within territory which shall have been granted to or acquired by the Commonwealth, and shall be vested in and belong to the Commonwealth, and shall be in the State of New South Wales, and be distant not less than one hundred miles from Sydney. Such territory shall contain an area of not less than one hundred square miles, and such portion thereof as shall consist of Crown lands shall be granted to the Commonwealth without any payment therefor. The Parliament shall sit at Melbourne until it meet at the seat of Government."