The National Executive Committee has resolved that there will be local ballots for preselections

STATEMENT ON THE ALP NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
JENNIFER MCALLISTER, ALP NATIONAL PRESIDENT
The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the ALP met earlier today to consider the process for preselecting Labor candidates for the seats of Rankin, Kingsford Smith, Charlton, Lalor and Hotham.
The NEC has resolved that the Labor Party will conduct local ballots for preselections in each of these Federal Seats.
Specific arrangements and timetables for these preselections will be administered by the relevant ALP State Branches.
Under these arrangements all of these preselections will be concluded by 27 July 2013.
The NEC also resolved to remove any obstacles to the eligibility of Joanne Ryan, Lisa Clutterham and Julie Ann Evans in relation to their nominations for preselection for the seat of Lalor.
Statement ends.

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One Response to The National Executive Committee has resolved that there will be local ballots for preselections

  1. Ali says:

    If Kevin Rudd is serious he should go all the way and demand that ALL NSW unions reveal the number of members they affiliate to the ALP on and how many members they actually have. Unions have been rorting their members to buy themselves ‘mates’ jobs, buy influence, buy preselections and ride roughshod over genuine ALP members. Union members never signed up to have their money rorted this way. Union members should be able to sue the union for the return of the money. C’mon Kevin, reveal the extent of the rorts.

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/prime-minister-kevin-rudd-to-execute-faceless-42-hacks/story-fni0cx12-1226687810982

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