Jacqui Lambie to start her own party
|21/06/2019||Posted by admin under 南京夜网||
Tasmanian independent Senator Jacqui LambieTasmanian independent Senator Jacqui Lambie intends to start a political party.
Public notices appeared in Tasmanian newspapers this morning declaring Senator Lambie had applied to register the Jacqui Lambie Network, based out of Burnie.
Senator Lambie was elected with the Palmer United Party, but split to become independent last year after a public fallout with leader Clive Palmer.
A spokesman for Senator Lambie said the move would allow her to run a group Senate ticket at the next federal election.
Through a media release, Senator Lambie has outlined some of the key goals of the Jacqui Lambie Network.
”While there’s a big job in front of the political network I will lead and promote–there will be a number of core beliefs that will bring supporters of the JacquiLambieNetwork together,” Senator Lambie said.
The core beliefs include:”JLN will always have a special interest in all matters associated with veterans, serving members of the Australian Defence force and their families.””JLN is opposed to Sharia Law being imposed in Australia either formally or informally and will promote a policy of undivided loyalty to the Australian Constitution and people.””JLN will support the proper regulation of Halal and other food certification systems.””JLN supports dedicated indigenous seats being established for Australian Parliaments.””JLN supports the introduction of a carbon tax – only after our major trading partners introduce a similar tax on their coal-fired power stations.”He said the party could also run candidates at the next Tasmanian election, due in 2018.
Under Australian electoral laws, people can lodge an objection to the party’s registration before the end of April.
Tasmanian independent Senator Jacqui Lambie intends to start a political party.