Talk:Prime Minister of Australia

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A pleasure[edit]

What's this nonsense in the infobox: "At her majesty's pleasure?" The sovereign has nothing to do with the term of service of an Australian Prime Minister. Or any minister. The Constitution is quite clear on this point; it is the Governor-General's pleasure to commission and dismiss ministers. --Pete (talk) 14:18, 6 October 2013 (UTC)