|EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT Report of the Advisory Committee to the Constitutional Commission 1987||1|
|EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSION 1987||3|
|CHAPTER 1 HEAD OF STATE||17|
|CHAPTER 2 WHAT SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT?||27|
|CHAPTER 3 THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL||47|
|CHAPTER FOUR THE EXECUTIVE POWER OF THE COMMONWEALTH||67|
|CHAPTER 5 STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE||77|
|APPENDIX I SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS||89|
|APPENDIX II Submissions received by the Advisory Committee||93|
|APPENDIX IV MONARCHY OR REPUBLIC?||101|
|Appendix V RESOLUTION ADOPTED AT THE AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION PARLIAMENT HOUSE, BRISBANE 29 July to 1 August 1985||125|
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| author1=Australia. Constitutional Commission. Advisory Committee on Executive Government.
| author2=Byers, Maurice.
| title=Report of the Advisory Committee on Executive Government
| section=ix, 111 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 303 of 1987
| publisher=The Commission
| access-date=2 March 2021
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