Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA) Secretary Ralf Schumann has just signed off on the last Victorian election candidate. Speaking after the historic ALA moment, Party President Debbie Robinson expressed her delight that the party is standing candidates in all Victorian Upper House regions.
Firebrand candidate Avi Yemini is joined by Kaylah Jones in the Southern Metro region. Dr Indhira Bivieca and Royston Wilding represent Eastern Metro. Siobhann Brown stands for the Yan Yean district while Ewan McDonald is the lead candidate for the rural Northern Victoria region.
”ALA’s vision of Victoria is one that stands for individual liberty, small government, Western values built on Judaeo-Christian and Humanistic foundations, social fairness and an integrated multi-ethnic society with one set of laws for all, regardless of colour, gender or creed.” Mrs Robinson said.
“Our party welcomes citizens from all walks of life; and that is evident in the high quality candidates ALA is fielding at the coming election. I am very pleased that we will be running candidates in all eight regions”
“For too long the Andrews government and their ilk have had a free pass, no longer will everyday Victorians be sold down the road or have their society fundamentally around them.” Mrs Robinson continued.
Also commenting after the historic moment, Avi Yemini expressed his commitment to hold the Victorian government to account on law and order and foreign interference.
”We have black African criminal gangs roaming our streets with impunity, we have a Premier willing to do back room deals with the Communist Chinese regime, undermining federal foreign policy.” Mr Yemini said. “Only ALA has the fortitude to stand up and call a spade a spade.” Mr Yemini concluded.
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