Australian women have no secure rights under a Constitution enacted by men who considered women incapable of participating in government.
The High Court of Australia is bound by convention to support an application to annul the Commonwealth Franchise Act 1902 granting women the right to vote and to be elected to Parliament.
Rights without representation is the denial of due process.
Women's rights to representation exist entirely at the whim of a male applicant to the Court.
The only way to secure women's rights in perpetuity is with a Constitution providing for women's and men's legislatures presided over by an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction.
8 May, 2008