Thursday, December 13, 2012

Wikileaks founder Assange running for senate in Australia

The embattled founder of the website Wikileaks has announced his intention to run for a senate seat in Australia, according to press reports.
Assange said his political party plans to be names Australian WikiLeaks, which will significantly advance the Wikileaks cause. He said he would be a candidate for the Senate, and added that "a number of very worthy admired people by the Australian public, have indicated their willingness to stand for election with his party ticket.”
Assange managed to register to vote abroad, while still in exile in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and his father is managing the registration of the WikiLeaks party and presentation of its official documents.
Successfully registration of a party requires listing of at least 500 people as supporters of Assange, which he hopes to achieve from WikiLeaks’ substantial following online of 1.7 million followers on twitter and 2.1 million fans on facebook.
He said that the WikiLeaks party could advance the goals of WikiLeaks to promote transparency in government and politics, and would fight the growing intrusion on individual privacy.
Polls within Australia show that Assange could possibly have a chance to win, either in New South Wales or Victoria according to your Jewish news.

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