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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago

Thank goodness the Australian Electrol Commission seen commonsense?

Today's election could of been a furthy, and unconstitutional, and would of ended up in the Australian High Court, if people were not given their constitution right to vote. It came down to today, and now people with covid can do phone voting. If the Electrol Commission did not do this, I could see a high court challenge that would of sent us all back to another election. Your thoughsts
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swingoffakable

  1 month ago
Time to see whom the odds are stacked against Reply
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pagalu

  1 month ago
Our friend in Melbourne is in Hospital. Phone vote not working. Given a pass to go and vote. Reply
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hal900021

  1 month ago
And I can see a High Court Challenge because the current Feral Government broke Caretaker Rules and changed the LAW regarding elections within 48 hours of a Poll.
I believe doing that is a breach of the AU Constitution as well as several Pieces of Long Standing Legislation that has never been challenged in the High Court by any concerned citizen. But then as most citizens have never seen a copy of the AU Constitution let alone read it, it is not hard to understand why the Feral Governments of Australia get away with so much activity that can only be described as TREASON if done by anyone else.
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CILLY0

  1 month ago
Here's hoping the phone vote works - a crash would be terrible, and it has happened before with phone and internet - I'm thinking of the tax fiasco a few years back. Reply
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achatterjee4

  1 month ago
Yes, very interesting. Reply
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stcg1970

  1 month ago
The Constitution is actually quite vague on this, and the way I read it, it is up to the voter to find a way to vote. So a high court challenge could clarify any confusion. Reply
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