Thursday, 13 December 2012

Julian Assange to run for the Senate

Antony Green is not a constitutional lawyer nor is he qualified in migration law. Section 44 would not apply to Julian Assange. Contrary to Antony Green's assertion Julian Assange is not a subject or citizen of Ecuador. He still retrains his Australian Citizenship.

Assange could also benefit from the a possible LNP surplus and/or the preferences from other minor parties. Many would consider putting Wikileaks Party Ahead of the Greens.

 The Greens will have no choice but to preference Assange. Failure to do so would damage the Greens chances of being elected.  Assange would fair better in Tasmania or Victoria.

Assuming his party can secure a seat, if he is unable to take up his position the party would nominate an alternative candidate in his absence., If and when Assange returns to Australia the alternative candidate can resign and the party again nominates Assange to fill the vacancy.

 The big question is the allocation of party above-the-line preferences. If he can secure a favourable preference distribution and a substantial primary vote to remain in the count then yes he could win a Senate seat, if not at the next election the one that will follow, which will most likely be a double dissolution

Thursday, 31 May 2012

Rally for Assange

Julian Assange is expected to be extradited to Sweden following a decision By the UK Supreme Court that decried a public prosecuted to be a Judicial Authority. Person can be red red to anther state on the as of a public prosecutor issuing a writ seeking extradition in order to question the person named. There is no right of judicial review or evidence to support the application for extradition.

The judgment of the UK Court has major implications for all sovereign states.

A rally in support of Julian Assange will be held throughout Australia. Thusday May 31, 2012 at the Office of te Departmnet of Foreign Affairs. 12 noon There will be speakers between midday and 2pm. The main rally will be at 4:30