Six strip outside Western Australian ParliamentNovember 20th, 2007 - 5:57 pm ICT by admin
Perth (Australia), Nov.20 (ANI): Six people stripped to their underwear outside the Western Australia Parliament House today to draw attention to a party which admits it has no policies.
Vying to win seats in the Senate, Senator On-Line bills itself as Australia’s only internet-based democratic political party.
According to a report in PerthNow, it wants everyone on the electoral roll who has access to the Internet to vote on every bill put to parliament, and has its Senators vote in accordance with a clear majority view.
“We want people to know that this is a very serious party, you’ll be able to change the way politics runs forever basically,” WA candidate Daniel Mayer said.
“We are completely neutral, one day we might vote for Liberal, one day vote Liberal or Greens, it’s up to the people who direct us how to vote.
“We’re not saying every party should be acting like this, but if a few seats are held by the people, where they can basically sway the balance of power that’s what’s significantly going to change politics forever.”
The under 30s or “the net generation” would understand the significance of Senator On-Line immediately, Mayer said. (ANI)
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