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Instant Senator Assange – Come On Greens

 … ☞☞☞ … Instant Senator Julian #Assange? #Wikileaks #auspol If @SenatorBobBrown QUITS NOW @SenatorLudlum.. http://tl.gd/h6t2pu http://pic.twitter.com/Xrgs8uv6 … ☞☞☞ …

 

 

 

 

 

 

If 67yo @SenatorBobBrown QUITS NOW @SenatorLudlum‘s @GreensMPs can appoint Julian Assange to fill their political party’s vacant Senate position until next Federal Election.

It’s as simple as invoking section 15 of the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (see below).

Just like thrice illegitimate @JuliaGillard PM did to install unelected ALP @BobJCarr as FM on #AusLabor‘s second beheadment of former Australian head of State ex-PM @KRuddMP (and Rudd remains the only currently re-electable Labor Party MHR).

Lest we forget 11.11.1975’s Whitlam dismissal -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Boyce
http://www.serendipity.li/cia/cia_oz/60min.htm

Lest we forget 24.06.2010’s Rudd dismissal -
http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/yank-in-the-ranks-20101208-18pwi.html
http://www.theage.com.au/national/arbib-revealed-as-secret-us-source-20101208-18prg.html

http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/mark-arbib-not-a-spy-says-bill-shorten/story-e6frfku0-1225968099445
https://sslcam.news.com.au/cam/authorise?channel=pc&url=http://www.theaustralian.com.au/in-depth/wikileaks/labors-mark-arbib-defends-acting-as-a-labor-insider-for-the-us-embassy/story-fn775xjq-1225968085419
http://topsy.com/s?q=assange+twitpic+from:JamesJohnsonCHR+
http://topsy.com/s/assange+from:JamesJohnsonCHR+?window=a

Lest we fail to turn it all around with an Assange appointment -
http://topsy.com/s?q=assange+twitpic+from:JamesJohnsonCHR+
http://topsy.com/s/assange+from:JamesJohnsonCHR+?window=a

A policy that @GreensMPs, only @GreensMPs and unilaterally @GreensMPs can implement. And there’s nothing that the lib-labs can legally do to stop them.

There is no greater priority in Australian politics today than ensuring that citizen Julian Assange is 100% supported and protected from the overwhelming political corruption that wishes to quash his Sparticus uprising against those who wish to stamp out freedom of thought, freedom of speech, accountability and transparency in government, and the reestablishment of all the fundamental human, civil and political rights that we hold and our forebears earned so dearly.

Let’s hope that @GreensMPs   @SenatorBobBrown   @SenatorMilne

@AdamBandt  @SenatorSiewert  @Sarahinthesen8

@SenatorLudlam  @PennyWrites  @LarissaWaters

@LeeRhiannon  @RichardDiNatale  & staff, Parliament House, Canberra  http://greensmps.org.au

seize this opportunity to demonstrate to the Australian public that there are no post- Bob Brown blues, that the new @GreensMPs are a party of thinkers, talkers and can-doers, ready, willing and able to act in the best interests of Australians as and whenever they can, and especially when they can’t be impeded by the smug lib-lab cartel of ruling class lawyers.

All @SenatorBobBrown‘s decades of political hard yakka could be flushed down the gurgler if the@GreensMPs let this opportunity go knocking.

@JamesJohnsonCHR aka @Lawyerocracy
Independent Federal Candidate for Lalor

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA CONSTITUTION ACT – SECT 15

Casual vacancies [see Note 8]
If the place of a senator becomes vacant before the expiration of his term of service, the Houses of Parliament of the State for which he was chosen, sitting and voting together, or, if there is only one House of that Parliament, that House, shall choose a person to hold the place until the expiration of the term. But if the Parliament of the State is not in session when the vacancy is notified, the Governor of the State, with the advice of the Executive Council thereof, may appoint a person to hold the place until the expiration of fourteen days from the beginning of the next session of the Parliament of the State or the expiration of the term, whichever first happens.

Where a vacancy has at any time occurred in the place of a senator chosen by the people of a State and, at the time when he was so chosen, he was publicly recognized by a particular political party as being an endorsed candidate of that party and publicly represented himself to be such a candidate, a person chosen or appointed under this section in consequence of that vacancy, or in consequence of that vacancy and a subsequent vacancy or vacancies, shall, unless there is no member of that party available to be chosen or appointed, be a member of that party.

Where:

(a) in accordance with the last preceding paragraph, a member of a particular political party is chosen or appointed to hold the place of a senator whose place had become vacant; and

(b) before taking his seat he ceases to be a member of that party (otherwise than by reason of the party having ceased to exist);

he shall be deemed not to have been so chosen or appointed and the vacancy shall be again notified in accordance with section twenty‑one of this Constitution.

The name of any senator chosen or appointed under this section shall be certified by the Governor of the State to the Governor‑General.

If the place of a senator chosen by the people of a State at the election of senators last held before the commencement of the Constitution Alteration (Senate Casual Vacancies) 1977 became vacant before that commencement and, at that commencement, no person chosen by the House or Houses of Parliament of the State, or appointed by the Governor of the State, in consequence of that vacancy, or in consequence of that vacancy and a subsequent vacancy or vacancies, held office, this section applies as if the place of the senator chosen by the people of the State had become vacant after that commencement.

A senator holding office at the commencement of the Constitution Alteration (Senate Casual Vacancies) 1977 , being a senator appointed by the Governor of a State in consequence of a vacancy that had at any time occurred in the place of a senator chosen by the people of the State, shall be deemed to have been appointed to hold the place until the expiration of fourteen days after the beginning of the next session of the Parliament of the State that commenced or commences after he was appointed and further action under this section shall be taken as if the vacancy in the place of the senator chosen by the people of the State had occurred after that commencement.

Subject to the next succeeding paragraph, a senator holding office at the commencement of the Constitution Alteration (Senate Casual Vacancies) 1977 who was chosen by the House or Houses of Parliament of a State in consequence of a vacancy that had at any time occurred in the place of a senator chosen by the people of the State shall be deemed to have been chosen to hold office until the expiration of the term of service of the senator elected by the people of the State.

If, at or before the commencement of the Constitution Alteration (Senate Casual Vacancies) 1977 , a law to alter the Constitution entitled ” Constitution Alteration (Simultaneous Elections) 1977 ” came into operation, a senator holding office at the commencement of that law who was chosen by the House or Houses of Parliament of a State in consequence of a vacancy that had at any time occurred in the place of a senator chosen by the people of the State shall be deemed to have been chosen to hold office:

(a) if the senator elected by the people of the State had a term of service expiring on the thirtieth day of June, One thousand nine hundred and seventy‑eight–until the expiration or dissolution of the first House of Representatives to expire or be dissolved after that law came into operation; or

(b) if the senator elected by the people of the State had a term of service expiring on the thirtieth day of June, One thousand nine hundred and eighty‑one–until the expiration or dissolution of the second House of Representatives to expire or be dissolved after that law came into operation or, if there is an earlier dissolution of the Senate, until that dissolution.

About JamesJohnsonCHR

Constitutional Human Rights Lawyer & Independent Federal Candidate for Lalor (Commonwealth of Australia). Advocating Smaller, Open Governments with Lower Taxes and Smaller, Faster, Better Bureaucracy. Also Advocating Justice & Politics Reforms. Defending Families & Civil Rights and Freedoms. http://www.jamesjohnson2020.com http://www.jamesjohnsonohr.weebly.com http://www.twitter.com/JamesJohnsonCHR I also blog at http://www.JamesJohnsonCHR.blogspot.com

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