- oath of allegiance
- A declaration of loyalty to the Queen which the Australian Constitution requires a member of parliament to make before taking a seat in Parliament; an affirmation of allegiance may be made instead, but unlike the oath does not include the name of God.
- The largest party or coalition of parties that does not have the support of the majority of members in the House of Representatives.
- The correct, or proper, conduct in parliamentary meetings.
- Order of Business
- (see also Daily Program)
The daily agenda showing business to be dealt with in the Senate on that day, known as the ‘Red’.