The Australia Act (1986) means we can no longer petition the Queen, who returns all petitions to the Governor General in Canberra, where they end up in the dead letter office and are never actioned upon. Why can we not have an updated and modern 21st century Constitution, including a bill of rights, all rolled into one referendum, which includes the question do you want a British Queen as head of state, who does not represent us, or an Australian head of state, who actually does represent us? We urgently need a referendum, which comes from the people, for the people and by the people and not the politically hijacked and difficult to understand referendum we had. It is troubling we are now the only Western democracy in the world without a bill of rights as explained in the following links: Australia’s lone stance against civil rights bill: how juristocracy enables this and blocks debate Attorney General misleads the people

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