The election campaign of Australia’s new conservative party, Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA), starts in Sydney on 8 March 2016. The event is the platform to launch the bold national water policy of ALA.
This policy will put in place measures to create a nation-building project akin to the Snowy Mountain hydro scheme. By scrapping the disastrous Murray-Darling Basin Plan, reforming the federal Water Act of 2007 and establishing a new national hydro scheme, ALA plans to rebuild regional and rural communities, re-establish Australia’s lead role as producer and exporter of food, drought-proof our communities and provide Australians with clean and affordable energy.
ALA expects the national hydro scheme to be a winner with Australians in both rural and metropolitan parts of the country.
The launch event kicks off at 7pm in Sydney’s CBD. ALA’s lead Senate candidate for NSW, Mrs Kirralie Smith will be the main speaker; supported by national president and lead Senate candidate for WA, Mrs Deborah Robinson as well as Mr Bernard Gaynor, ALA’s lead Senate candidate for QLD. ALA’s spokesman for the national hydro scheme, Mr Ron Pike will provide a summary of the water policy. The event will be MC’d by Angry Anderson
ALA president Debbie Robinson said that after the national launch tour, Australians will know that ALA can’t be stereotyped as the ‘anti-Islam’ party. She describes ALA as a grassroots political organisation, formed by concerned Australians, who love their families and Australia, hold conservative values and stand for solid, fact-based policies. Robinson stated the party offers a conservative alternative for disenfranchised supporters of other parties, who are dismayed by the current class of self-serving career politicians.
While the media has focused on ALA’s policy to stop Islamisation, examples for other core policies pointed out by ALA’s secretary, Mr Ralf Schumann, are aimed at restoring freedom of speech, smaller and smarter government, returning investment and jobs to Australia through a more competitive tax system and building an integrated multi-ethnic Australian society, that will end the failed experiment of divisive multiculturalism.
After the kick-off in Sydney, the ALA campaign launch proceeds to Brisbane on 9 March, Darwin 10 March and Perth on 12 March. This will be followed by regional meetings in NSW, QLD and WA. The second part of the ALA campaign launch will take in the southern states, including meetings in Adelaide and Melbourne, with dates announced in the second half of March.
Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd
Australian Liberty Alliance Ltd (ALA) is a national political party that is registered with the Australian Electoral Commission and now prepares to stand its first candidates at the upcoming federal election in 2016. The organisation is headquartered in Melbourne and the Constitution and Manifesto of the party are available on www.australianlibertyalliance.org.au
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