Constitution of Queensland
|Constitution of the|
Kingdom of Queensland
Cover of the Constitution
|Ratified||24 January 2021|
|Authors||HM.Government of the Queensland|
|Signers||Queen Juliana VIII of Queensland|
The Constitution of the Kingdom of Queensland is the fundamental and supreme law of Queensland. It was adopted by the Government of the Queensland on 15 January 2020.
The Constitution covers aspects about the country, its national symbols, the rights of citizens and the composition and functions of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the government. It also includes information on the administrative division of the country and local governments.
In Queensland, each section of the Constitution was divided. Divided as follows
1. The Constitution of State of Queensland Enacted on 3 January 2015.
2. The Constitution of Grand Duchy of Queensland Enacted on 6 February 2016.
3. The Constitution of the Kingdom of Queensland (Interim) Enacted on 1 December 2019.
4. The Constitution of the Kingdom of Queensland Enacted on 24 January 2021.
It has a total of 287 articles, divided into 8 chapters. (Some parts of the Queensland Constitution have adopted the UK Constitution in parts)
- Head of state
- Basic Principles
- Human Rights of the Citizens
- Executive Power
- Legislative Power
- Judicial Power
- Administrative Divisions
- Local Government