The act of uniting in a league; confederation.
A league; a confederacy; a federal or confederated government.
creation of the nation of Australia in 1901, from the six colonies: Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Western Australia
The creation in 1901 of a new nation, Australia, from the six Australian colonies: Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, and Western Australia.
The unification of Australian Colonies which formed the Commonwealth of Australia on 1 January 1901.
an association or union of several provinces or states.
a state in which constitutional power is shared between the government of the state, the "federal government", and the governments of its constituent regions or provinces.
The unification of Australian Colonies which formed the Australian nation on 1 January 1901.
A form of government in which powers and functions are divided between a central government and a number of political subdivisions that have a significant degree of political autonomy.
a union of political organizations
the act of constituting a political unity out of a number of separate states or colonies or provinces so that each member retains the management of its internal affairs
a method of organisation mostly commonly associated with forms of government, but is now becoming increasingly popular as a tool within the IT systems world to achieve integration
an alliance between states grounded on a social contract called constitution
a nation composed of a number of self-governing states united by a central government
a nation which is made up of several different states, or provinces or territories
a union of States in which the participants retain autonomy in local matters, while a Central Government determines questions of common interest
A system of government that has two levels which share responsibilities. Typically, the national level of government looks after national concerns (currency, defense, monetary policy, and so on) while the provincial or state level looks after regional concerns (health, education and so on). Examples of federations include Canada, Australia and the United States.
A political system in which there is a constitutional division of power and functions between a central government and a set of regional governments, usually known as states, provinces or canton. Power is shared among the levels of government and no level has legal power to dominate any other level in all policy domains. Examples: Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the U.S.
State comprised of a number of self-governing regions (often themselves referred to as states) united by a central (federal) government. In a federation the self-governing status of the component states is constitutionally entrenched and may not be altered by a unilateral decision of the central government.
the joining of all the Australian colonies into a united nation in 1901
On 1st January 1901 the people of all States were united as one nation known as the Commonwealth of Australia.
A form of national government, such as the United States has, that allows for a national government to share power with state or regional governments by agreement among the governments involved.