We the people and taxpayers of Australia refute the act changed in the constitution without a referendum to remove the governor generals power to remove the prime minister. This was done illegally, and we demand it be reinstated, as this illegal change in the constitution stifles our rights constitutionally.
As an act was changed illegally in 1985/6 to remove the power of the Governor General to be able to do this. . It was done without telling us. Which is illegal.
There are some powers which the Governor-General may, in certain circumstances, exercise without – or contrary to – ministerial advice. These are known as the reserve powers. While the reserve powers are not codified as such, they are generally agreed to at least include:
The power to appoint a Prime Minister if an election has resulted in a ‘hung parliament’;
The power to dismiss a Prime Minister where he or she has lost the confidence of the Parliament;
The power to dismiss a Prime Minister or Minister when he or she is acting unlawfully; and
The power to refuse to dissolve the House of Representatives despite a request from the Prime Minister.