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5. The Rights and Privileges of Members: a. privilege from arrest
b. freedom from debate
2. Sources from which the Legislature proceeds.
Determination of contested elections .
3. The Principle of Representation.
Representation according to population is the principle of the lower
Representation of local governmental organizations is the principle
of the upper house
Representation is uninstructed in all the houses except in the Ger-
man Federal Council, where the instruction of the representation
is a mark of confederatism
4. Qualifications and Disqualifications of Legislative Members.
Divergence in the principle of the incompatibility of office and legis-
Advantages and disadvantages thereof.
Inexpediency of the privilege from insult
journment, prorogation, and dissolution.
Reasons why this rule is not adopted by the other three
Limitations upon this principle .
Examination of the provisions giving to the lower house the control
Regulations of communication by telegraph
Commonwealth insolvency laws .
I. The duties of the Crown are enumerated in the coronation oath
The right to govern exists before the coronation .
Its exercise is controlled by the House of Commons
(1) In legislation. (2) In the administration of justice
(3) In the execution of the laws
The military powers are constitutional in their nature