Government control of royal assent in Victoria Waugh, John

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Waugh, John
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Constitutional Law & Policy Review
Disallowance of legislation -- Prevention; State constitutional law; withholding royal assent
Basis of royal assent in Victoria - recent controversy caused by Governor declining to assent to a Bill delaying implementation - constitutional issues raised - whether government has any power to advise the Governor for policy rather than legal reasons not to assent to a Bill that has been passed by both Houses.
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