Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Making an Act

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The first step to making the law is for the parliament to vote on if it is going to become a bill/draft law, The next step will be to for it to go through the committee so that they would be able to see if there will be any problems with the new law that may proceed. Then when that process is done the bill will returned to parliament for the second reading and then they will be able see if the law will having any effect on the public. The last reading or step is for the governor general or someone who is royalty will have to give them the OK for it to be a real and for the people who have authority to enforce it.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Review: On how does parliament create laws

Why we need laws?

I have noticed that the Mp's of parliament have been creating new bills / Draft laws"A draft law is something that is being made into a law but has not gone through any of the process." to be debated upon to see if that law will be able to help our society out in any way. Also here is why we need these laws one reason why we would need these is that our society could go into chaos and be ruin with outlaw we would not be able to have ordered. One way of keeping order is to have consequences like having to go to court and facing a judiciary/judge. But the first step is to go through an enforcer or someone who has control of law like a police person then you go to a judge.

How parliament make laws?
How laws are made step 1 is to consider if the bill is irrelevant, after that the bill is sent to the first reader the beehive/ house of representative. Then is sent to the select committee to debate on the new bill and that will take up to 6 months and more to see if it will be of any use for the public. The second debate with the real reading on which if the new law is useful for the public. The next reading when someone of royalty signs the bill to make it a real law and for the public to follow