Quiz: How much of an Australian politician are you?How much of an Australian politician is in you? Take this 5-question quiz to find out!Tweet thisShare on FacebookGoogle+LinkedInQuoraJoin nowBy Jens Korff |Last updated: 25 February 2016 Question 1You are in charge of extending part of a highway. One day, workers find Aboriginal artefacts. What do you do next?Only carry on after I’ve sent a letter to the local Aboriginal Land Council.Find out which Aboriginal people are responsible for this area and consult with them to find out what we can do.There is no legal obligation to inform Aboriginal people since the artefacts are more than 200 years old.Consult with the Minister for Indigenous Affairs to learn about best practice for this case.Question 2Aboriginal people are protesting for self-determination in your electorate. What is your response?Ensure that there is enough police to safely contain the protest.Address the crowd and let them know why the government cannot afford self-determination.Address the crowd and let them know the government’s next steps towards self-determination.Review the laws that allowed them to protest and make it harder for them to protest again.Question 3You are the newly elected Prime Minister and have to allocate financial resources. Which area of Aboriginal life do you invest the most in?SuicidesBi-lingual educationAlcohol abuseStolen wagesQuestion 4As Prime Minister you have inherited the Northern Territory intervention. What is your next move?Consult with my Aboriginal Advisory Board about how to continue the measures best.Conduct a poll in the affected communities to find out what works and what doesn’t.Increase funds for the community managers so they can better support the people.Stop the entire intervention and return community control to Aboriginal people.Question 5You are opening a new swimming pool in your electorate. What would be an appropriate gesture of respect?Invite an Aboriginal elder to perform a Welcome to Country.Invite successful Aboriginal people to celebrate their achievements.Have an Aboriginal musician play the didgeridoo.Invite an Aboriginal person to tell stories.