Australian Citizens Party formerly Citizens Electoral Council
Stop 'Bail-in'

Stop 'Bail-in'

In February 2019 the IMF demanded the Australian government implement a full bail-in system.
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Election 2022 Vote 1 Citizens Party

2022 FEDERAL ELECTION

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BUILD the BRADFIELD SCHEME! Australia must return to nation building! a NATIONAL BANK can fund it

BUILD the BRADFIELD SCHEME

Australia must return to nation building!
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An Australia Post ‘people’s bank’—a win-win solution for the nation

Postal Savings Bank

An Australia Post ‘people’s bank’—a win-win solution for the nation
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CITIZENS INSIGHT - Veteran Australian Diplomat speaks out against war danger

CITIZENS INSIGHT

Veteran Australian Diplomat speaks out against war danger
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14 May 2022

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Veteran diplomat warns Australia could pull the trigger for war with China

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pass the Commonwealth Postal Savings Bank!

PASS motions/resolutions supporting the CPSB Bill! 

On 27 July, the Narrabri Shire Council in NSW unanimously passed a resolution supporting the Commonwealth Postal Savings Bank (CPSB) Bill, calling on the Parliament to pass the legislation and on 28 July, the Banana Shire Council in QLD carried a similar resolution with no opposition. On 3 August we were informed that the Licensed Post Office Group have endorsed the CPSB. Get involved and call upon your community organisations and local council to join the fight for federal legislation to create a Postal Bank. Download PDF Flyer of Narrabri Shire & Banana Shire Resolutions.

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Latest Updates

10 May—The Australian government and its media propagandists have begun a campaign to delegitimise the government of Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare, in preparation for a potential uprising or military intervention to remove him…

16 May 2022

3 May—The Reserve Bank of Australia today lifted its cash rate for the first time since November 2010, from 0.1 to 0.35 per cent.

6 May 2022

Australia’s high fuel prices and insanely small fuel reserve are the legacy of decades of government policy to allow “the market” to dictate Australia’s resources policies. It wasn’t always so.

29 Apr 2022