by Alison Ryan
Australian voters, are we awake to the fraud in the Australian Federal election?
The Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act provides for the Issue of Writs for the elections in the House of Representatives and the Senate. See from the Act –
In PART II – THE SENATE – Issue of writs
Section 12. The Governor of any State may cause writs to be issued for elections of senators for the State.
In PART III – THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES – Writs for general election
Section 43. The Governor-General in Council may cause writs to be issued for general elections of members of the House of Representatives.
Australian voters, please examine the real situation by looking at this website 2022 federal election writs – Australian Electoral Commission (aec.gov.au) and see if writs for the SENATE have been issued or not issued. Why have Senate writs only appeared for the Territories?
Three years ago, at the beginning of the 2019 Parliament (Liberal National Party), in the SENATE, the “2019 THE PARLIAMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA JOURNALS OF THE SENATE No. 1 TUESDAY, 2 JULY 2019”, on page 5 of the 62 pages, under Election of Senators, records –
“The Clerk tabled the certificates of election of senators”.
NO WRITS. JUST CERTIFICATES were tabled.
Link: Senate JN (aph.gov.au)
There is a problem here. Why did the Governors of any State not cause writs to be issued for elections of senators for the State?
Especially when under CHAPTER I. THE PARLIAMENT. PART I.—GENERAL – Summoning Parliament – Section 5 reads in part:
“After any general election the Parliament shall be summoned to meet not later than thirty days after the day appointed for the return of the writs”.
Therefore, our Parliament has a problem. According to CHAPTER I. THE PARLIAMENT. PART I.—GENERAL A.
“The legislative power of the Commonwealth shall be vested in a Federal Parliament, which shall consist of the Queen, a Senate, and a House of Representatives, and which is herein-after called “The Parliament,” or “The Parliament of the Commonwealth.”
Now. when there is something to dispute in the elections the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act – Section 47 states:
“Until the Parliament otherwise provides, any question respecting the qualification of a senator or of a member of the House of Representatives, or respecting a vacancy in either House of the Parliament, and any question of a disputed election to either House, shall be determined by the House in which the question arises.”
It’s time to ask more questions and get answers. This deception makes it all the more important to vote into Parliament those candidates who are honest, and patriotic, and will legislate for a totally free Australia.