Australia act referendum

Women were prohibited from the Parliament which enacted The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.

No woman spoke or voted on the Bill.

The Act provides for men's legislatures only, to which women are admitted under supervision.

Legislation enabled under the Act, as with The Commonwealth Franchise Act 1902, cannot change what is blatant discrimination against women.

The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900 provides for a Referendum to redress discrimination.

Smart government enacts law by agreement between women's and men's legislatures presided over by elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.

The wise custodians of Australia's Federal Parliament should consider hosting a Constitutional Convention on collective bargaining comprising a Women's Caucus in the Senate and a Men's Caucus in the House of Representatives.

20 March, 2009