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The dual citizenship status has also ended Mr Assange's political ambitions in Australia. His WikiLeaks party contested the 2013 election in a bid to win Mr Assange a Senate seat, but the party only attracted 0.62 per cent support. As recent controversies have shown, Australians standing for political office ...
Binoy Kampmark, an academic from Melbourne's RMIT University and former candidate for the WikiLeaks Party, said Australia's treatment of bikies "revealed the extent to which the state has intruded into general liberties". "Poorly drafted laws have meant that the bikies, while being singled out as criminal ...

Assange's own WikiLeaks Party of Australia was aligned with the white nationalist Australia First Party, itself headed by an avowed neo-Nazi, until political pressure forced it to claim that association to be an “administrative error.” Most egregious, perhaps, was Assange's collaboration with Israel Shamir, ...
As a citizen of a Commonwealth country – Australia – Assange is eligible. He would have to ... Assange ran for election to the Australian Senate in 2013, as a candidate for the WikiLeaks Party in Victoria. He won 41,926 ... Assange did not win as many votes as the Sex Party, Palmer United or Family First.
The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has deregistered the WikiLeaks Party, citing a lack of party numbers to sustain an active political party. The deregistration, announced on Thursday, was made under Section 137 of the Commonwealth Electorate Act 1918. The section grants the AEC the power to ...
Julian Assange says his WikiLeaks party will live on despite its poor showing in the Australian election. With about two-thirds of Senate first preferences counted, the party picked up 0.62% of the national vote. ... In New South Wales it picked up 0.8% and in Western Australia 0.71%. But none of these ...

Opinion polls suggest that up to a quarter of Australians would consider voting for the WikiLeaks Party, although analysts expect it to win no more than 3 or 4 per cent of the primary vote. The preference votes of other parties could therefore be crucial. WikiLeaks officials have blamed the Shooters/Australia ...
Diak said once the deadline passes, "the basis for the preferences are allocated". The WikiLeaks party (WLP) email suggests in New South Wales the party placed the Greens above Family First, Shooters and Fishers and and Christian Right. In Western Australia, the email says: "WLP puts Greens first of ...
Mr Assange, the Australian founder of the whistleblowing website, said the WikiLeaks Party would field seven candidates for upper house Senate seats in the states of New South Wales, ... "Putting the WLP in the Senate is the same as putting Australia's best investigative journalists in the Senate," he said.
Binoy Kampmark, an academic from Melbourne's RMIT University and former candidate for the WikiLeaks Party, said Australia's treatment of ...
Assange's own WikiLeaks Party of Australia was aligned with the .... that the Australians, the British, and the Swedes are also pursuing him.
Mr Howard then played out the politics of xenophobia by inflicting monumental ... What will happen, courtesy of the Government putting its political interests above those of Australians, ... It sends a message that Australia is an intolerant Anglo outpost and that ... In 2013, he was a WikiLeaks Party adviser.
As a citizen of a Commonwealth country – Australia – Assange is ... to the Australian Senate in 2013, as a candidate for the WikiLeaks Party in ...
The WikiLeaks party was first registered in Australia on July 1, 2013, ... in relation to its aspirations for its involvement in Australian politics.
Julian Assange says his WikiLeaks party will live on despite its poor showing in the Australian election. With about two-thirds of Senate first ...
The party in question is the WikiLeaks Party, established in March by Julian ... in London, Mr Assange hopes to win a seat in the Australian Senate. ... and the future of outdoor sports”) and the white supremacist Australia First Party. ... inspired by the WikiLeaks ideals and the idea of a new kind of politics.
The WikiLeaks party's number two Victoria Senate candidate, Leslie Cannold, ... after the close of lodgement of party preferences with the Australian Electoral Commission. ... In Western Australia, the email says: "WLP puts Greens first of major parties ... WikiLeaks · Australian politics · Julian Assange · news.

Wikileaks party candidate Julian Assange speaks from London ... for its preferences going to rightwing parties including Australia First and the ...
... this year, saying his candidates are an antidote to dirty politics in the country's Senate. ... "WikiLeaks Party's core values of transparency, accountability and ... any important issues for Australians: tax reform, asylum-seekers, climate ... "Putting the WLP in the Senate is the same as putting Australia's best ...
Binoy Kampmark, an academic from Melbourne's RMIT University and former candidate for the WikiLeaks Party, said Australia's treatment of ...
Unlike the ALP in every other jurisdiction in Australia, the Tasmanian party has long taken the view that such laws are unjust, do not reduce ...
Assange's own WikiLeaks Party of Australia was aligned with the .... that the Australians, the British, and the Swedes are also pursuing him.
Mr Howard then played out the politics of xenophobia by inflicting monumental ... What will happen, courtesy of the Government putting its political interests above those of Australians, ... It sends a message that Australia is an intolerant Anglo outpost and that ... In 2013, he was a WikiLeaks Party adviser.
As a citizen of a Commonwealth country – Australia – Assange is ... to the Australian Senate in 2013, as a candidate for the WikiLeaks Party in ...
The WikiLeaks party was first registered in Australia on July 1, 2013, ... in relation to its aspirations for its involvement in Australian politics.
Julian Assange says his WikiLeaks party will live on despite its poor showing in the Australian election. With about two-thirds of Senate first ...
The party in question is the WikiLeaks Party, established in March by Julian ... in London, Mr Assange hopes to win a seat in the Australian Senate. ... and the future of outdoor sports”) and the white supremacist Australia First Party. ... inspired by the WikiLeaks ideals and the idea of a new kind of politics.
A protester holding a WikiLeaks party sign during a refugee action protest on .... Victoria – Greens put WLP at number 2 and WLP has Greens first of majors ... in NSW had the Shooters & Fishers — and the Nazi Australia First party! ... into the WA political field, an Australian Aboriginal, who happens to be a ...
The FWC decision focuses on the evidence, rather than emotion, about the impact of penalty rates and their utility in 21st century Australia. That is why it's a decision should be respected. From the perspective of Tasmania, the decision should be ...
Talking Point: Security state undermines democracy in the US and Australia. GREG BARNS, Mercury. February 20 ... Disendorsed as the party's candidate for Denison in 2002, he joined the Democrats. In 2013, he was a WikiLeaks Party adviser. Comments.
Which brings us to those in this nation who think Mr Trump's rank economic populism is just what Australia needs. The Labor Party is guilty here. Canberra journalist David Speers, writing recently on Switzer.com.au, said Labor Leader Bill Shorten's ...
One is to pander to Bernardi and his colleagues. The other is to cut them loose and move the Liberal Party back to the centre of Australian politics. The latter choice is clearly in the nation's interests. The Australia that Bernardi and his friends ...
Unfortunately, the state service in Tasmania is no different from bureaucracies around Australia. The days of saying a firm "no" to ministers and governments ... candidate for Denison in 2002, he joined the Democrats. In 2013, he was WikiLeaks Party ...
Mr Barns said he saw firsthand how Assange supporters "wanted him to be their saviour" when he managed the Wikileaks Party campaign during the 2013 election. He described Assange's personal politics as about "total transparency", to be applied across ...
Do not buy the nonsense peddled by moralists and god botherers in Australia who think Trump is about unwinding political correctness.
JUST over 20 years ago the youngest MP in the Tasmanian Parliament said she believed "we should work towards making Tasmania the education state, the Oxford and Cambridge of Australia" and we "must sell ourselves for having the best climate for ...
What Professor Warner said last Saturday week was: "As Governor of Tasmania, I'm very proud to stand up and say welcome to Australia to all asylum seekers and immigrants, no matter what colour or creed." She said of Hanson and ... Unlike the then prime ...
To allow him to run by remote control from London, Assange founded a political party he dubbed, appropriately enough, the WikiLeaks Party. But as recounted in a report by the Daily Beast news site, while officials actually in Australia running the ...
According to The Australian on September 1 in the last Parliament (2013-16): "Australian MPs visited 27 times during the same period, most bankrolled by the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council." No wonder ... In 2013, he was WikiLeaks Party adviser.
... care about Australian human rights? Do they not care their failure to report fully on abuse in immigration detention is the subject of comment in global media, where Australia's reputation is as a cruel and paranoid nation? ... Given the failure of ...
Keating was referring to the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s when Australian industry was protected from competition, labour markets were heavily regulated and corporate welfare the order of the day.
Assange founded a political party in his native Australia, the WikiLeaks Party, that according to an Australian Broadcasting Corporation report in December of 2013 sent a delegation headed by Assange's own father to Syria, where the WikiLeaks Party ...
For too long spin doctors, pollsters and political advisers have controlled organised politics in Australia and the UK.
Recently at a seminar sponsored by the Australian Law Students Association - which held its annual conference in Hobart - all speakers, which included this columnist, the Law Society president Matt Verney and a very senior Tasmania Police officer ...
Recently at a seminar sponsored by the Australian Law Students Association - which held its annual conference in Hobart - all speakers, which included this columnist, the Law Society president Matt Verney and a very senior Tasmania Police officer ...
The hard Right of the Liberal Party is hamstringing PM Malcolm Turnbull and the anti-globalisation types like the Nick Xenophon team and One Nation are in key positions in both houses of Federal Parliament - not good for a nation with a reputation as ...
Australian Electoral Commission workers are continuing to count votes on Wednesday. The Coalition is ... Nationals report dubs Malcolm Turnbull 'aloof' as party reportedly pushes for greater role; Scott Morrison says broken promises allowed Labor's ...
Both assertions are wrong - examples of the arrogance of political party machines. Parties in Australia appear to think voters who mark 1 on the ballot paper for independent MPs or individuals in the Senate rather than party tickets are foolish or ...
She has well and truly out lived her welcome and may have a chance of a limited supporter base in Queensland but I don't think any thinking Australian will give her a second consideration. ... Party 4: Rise Up Australia. This is a party that I have the ...
In Talking Point (Mercury, June 8), one of the few economically literate politicians in this state, Mr Bacon, excoriated the Treasurer for resorting to the sort of practice common three decades ago in states like Victoria and South Australia - raiding ...


 

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