Does there neet to be an Upper House in Australian Parliament?

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1. Function of the senate

1.1. All bills must be passed by a majority in both the House of Representatives and the Senate before they become law. Most bills originate in the House of Representatives, and the great majority are introduced by the government. The usual procedure is for notice to be given by a government minister the day before the bill is introduced into the Senate. Once introduced the bill goes through several stages of consideration. It is given a first reading, which represents the bill's formal introduction into the chamber

2. parties in senate

2.1. The Coalition - Liberal Party of Australia, Liberal National Party of Queensland, National Party of Australia and Country Liberal Party Australian Labor Party Australian Greens Democratic Labor Party

3. Definition

3.1. The Senate is the upper house of the bicameral Parliament of Australia, the lower house being the House of Representatives. Senators are popularly elected under a system of proportional representation. Senators are elected for a term that is usually six years; after a double dissolution, however, some senators serve six years while others serve terms of only three

4. Cabinet

4.1. The Cabinet of Australia is the council of senior ministers of the Crown, responsible to parliament. The Cabinet is appointed by the Governor-General, on the advice of the Prime Minister and serves at the former's pleasure. The strictly private Cabinet meetings occur once a week to discuss vital issues and formulate policy. Outside of the cabinet there are a number of junior ministers, responsible for a specific policy area and reporting directly to any senior Cabinet minister