Category Archives: National Presidency

Labor for Refugees asks Party President Candidates: Should our Parliamentarians be bound by our Constitution?

Source: Labor for Refugees Labor for Refugees put the following questions to all six candidates for Party President. How important is it for members of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party to comply with the ALP National Platform in accordance with … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | Leave a comment

John Lannan to tell NSW: Reform is Essential

John Lannan, the Independent candidate for ALP President, will be visiting NSW on the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd October. John will be telling a members only meeting why Party Reform is essential if the Party is to survive, … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | 1 Comment

A letter from John Lannan

From John Lannan Dear ALP member I am contacting you to ask for your vote in the forthcoming election for National ALP President. I am standing because of my commitment to reform and democratisation of the ALP. As a rank … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | Leave a comment

A letter from Jenny McAllister

From Jenny McAllister To All ALP Members At this year’s National Conference, members will face significant choices about the future of our Party. We can allow Labor’s membership to continue to decline, and accept our transformation into a parliamentary party … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | Leave a comment

An election for National President.

This is unofficial and unconfirmed, but word is that there will be an election for National President, and that the candidates are: Gai Brodtmann – right Jane Garrett – left John Lannan – independent Jenny McAllister – left Claire Moore … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | Leave a comment

John Lannan wants to run for National President

Contributed by John Lannan. My Background I am married with one child and two grandchildren. I live in Mount Martha, a beachside area on the Mornington Peninsula south of Melbourne. For most of my career I was a secondary school … Continue reading

Posted in Inward Correspondence, National Presidency | Leave a comment