RE-NEW GOVERNMENT AND PARLIAMENT UNDER
the Alteration of the Commonwealth of
for the Sovereignty of the People.
the Alteration of the
This is copy of the
And has text added to certain sections of the Constitution to where we will have democracy of the people by the people for the people.
The Electors have cast their votes where after the election two of the parties have equal number of votes there is no need for a “Hung Parliament” because the State and Federal Constitutions applies only to the total number of members of the Parliament not divided into two halves created by the political parties as the “opposition” and the “majority”.
With the creation of the Australian Nation and States Project and the possible dismissal of all State and Federal political party members of Parliament, there will be a need to initiate the creation of the Electors Candidate Nomination Committee for independent candidates to nominate for election and after the 150 independent Candidates have been nominated each member of each of the political party must vacate their seats from the State and Federal Government and Parliament. All members of all political parties shall not re-apply for re-election.
This is how the People of the Commonwealth can vote all political parties out of Government and Parliament and replace this with the Independent Candidates subject to Sections 7 and 24 of the existing
Crimes Act 1914, Part II — Offences against the Government
(1) A person shall not:
(a) do any act or thing with intent:
(i) to overthrow the Constitution of the Commonwealth by revolution or sabotage; or
(ii) to overthrow by force or violence the established government of the Commonwealth,
of a State or of a proclaimed country.
The word Establish (vt) Set up (government, house of business, etc); on permanent basis, settle (person, oneself, in office etc); secure permanent acceptance for (custom, precedent, belief, etc); place beyond dispute (fact, that); make (church) legally national.
Is this subject to Crimes Act 1914 (24AA)?
Under the Crimes Act 1914 section 24AA the political party members shall have two choices, that is;
1) be subject to Treachery under section 24AA to a prison term for life or
2) Renew the Government and Parliament with Independent Candidates subject to sections 7 and 24 of the existing
7. The Senate shall be composed of senators for each State, directly chosen by the people of the State, voting, until the Parliament otherwise provides, as one electorate.
24. The House of Representatives shall be composed of members directly chosen by the people of the Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of senators’.
Shall initiate the creation of the Electors Candidate
There shall be an Electors Candidate Nomination Committee
for each State and for each Electorate of the Commonwealth.
Governor General shall subject to section 61 of the existing Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act for the execution and maintenance of the Constitution contact all Electors resident in the Commonwealth of Australia for the creation of an Electors Candidate Nomination Committee for each Electorate subject to Sections 7 and 24 of existing Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act.
From the Commonwealth of
Section 32. The Governor-General in Council may cause writs to be issued for general elections of members of the House of Representatives. After the first general election, the writs shall be issued within ten days from the expiry of a House of Representatives or from the proclamation of dissolution thereof.
Electors Candidate Nomination Committee;
The Candidate Nomination Committee shall create a Trust
Fund to help those Candidates who do not have the capacity to pay for the
Registration cost of the Nomination under the existing electoral legislation.
The Trust shall be known as the; Candidate Nomination Trust Fund.
Above the line Senate political party voting shall be abolished and replaced with Electors selecting six candidates and not selecting any other candidate.
The Cost to register the nomination with the Australian Electoral Commission for the Senate is $2,000.
Each Candidate shall ask each of 200 electors to donate $10 each would equal $2,000.00.
The Cost to register the nomination with the Australian Electoral Commission for the House of Representatives is $1,000.
Each Candidate shall ask each of 200 electors to donate $5 each would equal $1,000.00.
Nominating for the Senate and the House of representatives.
Committee secures latest Nomination Forms for Independent Candidates from the Australian Electoral Commission. Nomination Form for the Senate and Nomination Form for the House of Representatives shall be available all 12 months of every year.
AEC Senate Single nomination Form
This is the special form for Single non-party Senate Candidates
AEC H of R Single nomination Form
This is the special form for Single non-party House of Representatives Candidates.
Candidate endorsed by the party then elected to parliament cancels membership then claims to be Independent shall cancel the Seat of Parliament complete Single Nomination Form signed by 200 Electors then apply for re-election.
People from 20 to 50 years of age please support by nominating to be an Independent Candidate.
All Independent Candidates nominating for the House of Representatives may be subject to Election.
That if more than one Independent Candidate standing and if all Independent Candidates have less than 51% of the total Electorate nominating the Independent Candidate an election shall be called for that Electorate.
But if one Independent Candidate has minimum of 51% of total Electorate nominating the Independent Candidate shall be declared the Member of the House of Representatives for that Electorate.
From the Commonwealth of
Section 83. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury of the Commonwealth except under appropriation made by law. But until the expiration of one month after the first meeting of the Parliament the Governor-General in Council may draw from the Treasury and expend such moneys as may be necessary for the maintenance of any department transferred to the Commonwealth and for the holding of the first elections for the Parliament. unquote
Subject to section 83 shall be a provision included in The Alteration of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act the Head of the Commonwealth in Council shall draw from the Treasury such moneys for the holding of all future elections for the Parliament that no payment shall be legislated or demanded from the Independent Candidate to register. But all other costs may be the initiative of the Candidate.
Shall repeal or abolish all legislation on the following;
The existing initiative
of the Parliament does not cover the increase of the population and a need
to increase the power supply.
To benefit the People, small business and farmers;
Economics is investing in the family, supported by debt free income from the Project Legislation. Parliament shall legislate to build new hospital or School or railway. This money will be spent in to the community; and businesses, farmers and charities will benefit from the increase of the public spending power. And allow the farmer, at no cost, the use of water from streams subject to section 100 of the
Plan to Secede from Political Party System of Government and Parliament.
Referendum to re-new the Government and Parliament under the Constitution.
The Queen or the Governor-General shall cause writs to be issued for a Referendum and shall submit the 5 basic Initiatives to the electors in each State and Territory qualified to vote for election of House of Representatives.
Referendum of the People of Australia which shall consist of the 5 basic Initiatives;
1). The Alteration of the Commonwealth of
2). All Laws that are attached to Chapter Three of the Draft and;
3). Head of the Commonwealth chosen by Referendum of the People.
4). Project Legislation to create money. (Section 56).
5). Invest in the Family being Births and Farmers and Manufacturers.
Magna Carta 1215;
Article 9. Neither we nor our bailiffs will seize any land or rent for any debt, as long as the chattels of the debtor are sufficient to repay the debt; nor shall the sureties of the debtor be distrained so long as the principal debtor is able to satisfy the debt; and if the principal debtor shall fail to pay the debt, having nothing wherewith to pay it, then the sureties shall answer for the debt; and let them have the lands and rents of the debtor, if they desire them, until they are indemnified for the debt which they have paid for him, unless the principal debtor can show proof that he is discharged thereof as against the said sureties.
Abolish water from
Abolish water from ground wells and stored in bottles to be sold as bottled water. This water is wasted and reduces the flow of water into streams and dams.
Abolish the sale of water to banks and other corporations and allowing the farmer, at no cost, the use of water from streams subject to section 100 of the