Part 2, Chapter 1.
Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia Constitution:
Local Government, Issues of Concern, Debates and Votes Act
(2.) Individual Australian Citizens of Legal Age within a Local Community shall submit
Issues of Concern within their Local Community, for the Community to be a Self-Governing Community within the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia. Citizens shall Bear their Oath of Allegiance to Australia, it’s Cultural History and Origins, the
Environment towards Plants and Renewable Resources, Sustainability of the Australian Economy, Budget, Country and the Planet, with Realism, Ethics, Fair with True Intensions, Peace
and Order, Cause before Cure, Honestly and Humanly towards all living Things. To submit a Issue of Concern, Debate or Vote
the citizen shall submit their Tax File Number as well as to record a Personal Five (5) Digit Password as Numerals or letters
or Both for Identification to the Taxation Department. Council Employee’s
may Service Local Issues of Concern, Debates or Votes of Local Communities if the Community shall Chooses. The Mayor and Local Representatives
shall stand aside for the Implementation of the Individual Majority Vote Self- Government of Local
Government and shall need to be entered within a Debate to decide on Issues of Concern on the Grounds of Good Government and
Entitlements if any. All Local Government Documents and items of the Community
shall be vested within the Citizens of that Community.
The Issue of Concern shall first be directed to Whom or Where the Issue of
Concern Originated, if the Issue of Concern is not Resolved, then it shall be submitted to the Local Council.
To submit an Issue of Concern shall be by Telephone or with an Issue of Concern form, this form shall be called a Local Issue
of Concern form, provided and Recorded by the Citizens of their Local Communities.
All Local Issues of Concern within the same context of the Issue of Concern shall need a (One-Third ) or more of the Majority
of the Community to be eligible for a Local Debate.
Some Issues of Concern submitted may need to be verified Randomly.
All Debates within a Community shall consist of no less than Seventeen (17.) Citizens of that Community and be directly involved
within the Issue of Concern within the Debated.
(2.7.) Two (2.) Citizen from each Individual Business within the Private Sector Directly involved
within the Issue of Concern may enter a Debate.
(2.8.) Each Debate
shall give no more or less then Three (3) proposed Amendments to the Issue of Concern.
(2.9.) The Citizens
shall choose (1.) One of the Three (3.) Proposed Amendments to vote upon.
(2.11.) A vote must have One-Third of the Local population to be legal.
To submit a vote shall be by Telephone or a Local Issue of Concern Form in person to the establishment provided by that Community.
All Issues of Concern Voted upon shall have (One-third) or more of the vote in
favour of a Proposed Amendment to be changed.
Votes shall be counted by Citizens chosen by the Citizens
under the supervision of Two- (2), Offices of the Law within that Community and the Citizens.
(2.15.) Randomly some Votes within the Vote may need to be verified.
All Propose Amendments shall have a (Thirty-One Day) change over period.
A Propose Amendment shall be verified by the Local Court to be legal.
Local Community’s shall have the Power to make or change Laws within the Individual Majority Vote Self- Government of
Local Communities shall submit Local Issues of Concern of Law, or Bye Laws to the National Justice Department.
Local Community Citizens shall be vest within the Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Australia to carry out Local
Services and Activities through their own Local Individual Majority Vote Self-Government of Departmental Bodies catering for
their own Community by a User Pays System.
All Issues of Concern, Debates and Vote shall be recorded and filed by the Citizens of the Community.
(2.22.) Local Services
and Issues of Concern shall be,
(1.) Supplying pure
Lighting and cleaning streets
(3.) Local transport
(4.) Collecting garbage
(5.) Providing sanitary
(6.) Enforcing health
(7.) Enforcing the Law
(8.) Conducting baby
(9.) Maintaining local
(10.) Controlling parks
(11.) Registering animals
(12.) Impounding stray
(13.) Supervising sports
grounds, pools and play areas
(14.) Controlling car
(15.) Supervising town
(16.) Running public
(17.) Controlling building
sale yards and abattoirs