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Thor Georgeos

God of Funder
Jul 22, 2015
37,214
35,313
Yes and no. Only Australia had the balls to end UK involvement in its government.
The governor-general of Australia is the representative of the monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II, in Australia.[3][4] The governor-general is appointed by the monarch on the recommendation of government ministers, however formally appointed by the monarch.[5] The governor-general has formal presidency over the Federal Executive Council and is commander-in-chief of the Australian Defence Force. The functions of the governor-general include appointing ministers, judges, and ambassadors; giving royal assent to legislation passed by parliament; issuing writs for election; and bestowing Australian honours.[6]
 

conor mcgregor nut hugger

Biden won, get over it losers
Oct 24, 2015
52,986
44,357
The governor-general of Australia is the representative of the monarch, currently Queen Elizabeth II, in Australia.[3][4] The governor-general is appointed by the monarch on the recommendation of government ministers, however formally appointed by the monarch.[5] The governor-general has formal presidency over the Federal Executive Council and is commander-in-chief of the Australian Defence Force. The functions of the governor-general include appointing ministers, judges, and ambassadors; giving royal assent to legislation passed by parliament; issuing writs for election; and bestowing Australian honours.[6]
According to the long title of the Australian act, its purpose was "to bring constitutional arrangements affecting the Commonwealth and the States to be brought into conformity with the status of the Commonwealth of Australia as a sovereign, independent and federal nation". The Australia Act (Cth and UK) eliminated the remaining possibilities for the UK to legislate with effect in Australia, for the UK to be involved in Australian government, and for an appeal from any Australian court to a British court. This formally separated all legal ties between Australia and the United Kingdom.
 

Thor Georgeos

God of Funder
Jul 22, 2015
37,214
35,313
According to the long title of the Australian act, its purpose was "to bring constitutional arrangements affecting the Commonwealth and the States to be brought into conformity with the status of the Commonwealth of Australia as a sovereign, independent and federal nation". The Australia Act (Cth and UK) eliminated the remaining possibilities for the UK to legislate with effect in Australia, for the UK to be involved in Australian government, and for an appeal from any Australian court to a British court. This formally separated all legal ties between Australia and the United Kingdom.
The Statute of Westminster 1931 removed the British Parliament's power to legislate for Canada,[3] as well as for the other Dominions (Australia [adopted 1942, retroactive to 1939], the Irish Free State, New Zealand [adopted 1947], the Union of South Africa, and the Dominion of Newfoundland [never ratified, joined Canada in 1949]), unless (sec. 4) the Dominion requested and consented to Imperial legislation.
Queen Elizabeth's constitutional powers over Canada were not affected by the act, and she remains Queen and Head of State of Canada.[22] Canada has complete sovereignty as an independent country, however, and the Queen's role as monarch of Canada is separate from her role as the British monarch or the monarch of any of the other Commonwealth realms
 

conor mcgregor nut hugger

Biden won, get over it losers
Oct 24, 2015
52,986
44,357
The Statute of Westminster 1931 removed the British Parliament's power to legislate for Canada,[3] as well as for the other Dominions (Australia [adopted 1942, retroactive to 1939], the Irish Free State, New Zealand [adopted 1947], the Union of South Africa, and the Dominion of Newfoundland [never ratified, joined Canada in 1949]), unless (sec. 4) the Dominion requested and consented to Imperial legislation.
Apples and oranges. Australia had the balls for a full legal separation, Canada did not.
 

conor mcgregor nut hugger

Biden won, get over it losers
Oct 24, 2015
52,986
44,357

The Pendulum

Well-Known Member
Dec 30, 2015
649
581
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this system will suspend data collection for the 2020-21 influenza season. Data from previous seasons are available on FluView Interactive.

Almost like I skipped them for that reason 🤪

Did you notice my link was for the past 2 weeks? Of course not.

Maybe you should figure out just how dangerous covid 19 is.