They achieved the registration of 600 legally required Members in solely 10 days.
Yesterday the newly shaped Legalise Cannabis Qld (Party) submitted its registration paperwork and will know in about 6 weeks it they are going to be turn out to be a registered minor get together in time for the October election.
After the Qld Govt. rejected the general public’s name for legalising hashish through parliamentary petition that contained 13,000 signatories asking for legalisation earlier this yr, The People are combating again.
“We are fed up, with not being listen to, ” mentioned Deb Lynch, Vice President of the Party’s Steering Committee. “We are putting the Govt. and Opposition on notice. We intend to stand candidates in as many electorates as possible, and there is no shortage of hands up.”
“With a couple of other minor parties in the registration pipeline already, the People will at least get some choice this time round. The LCQ Party are aiming for a seat or two on the cross bench and hope to be a part of the winds of change that are sweeping across the country. People have had a gutful of the 2 party system,” she mentioned.
In her place as MCUA of Australia President, Ms Lynch says she hears day by day, from sufferers being deprived by excessive price of imported merchandise and sufferers being arrested.
“The only way to get affordable access for many of these people is to allow them to grow their own – just as they are doing now – but without the axe hanging over their heads. Currently we have 3 senior women from the MCUA, myself included, facing criminal court for producing and possessing medicine, that gives them a better quality of life. This is not in the pubic interest. “
Ms Lynch is intending to nominate for the seat of Mermaid Beach. The Party has candidates with their hands up already. “We don’t expect to win Govt., but if you can get over 600 Queenslanders to join a political party in 10 days, imagine how many more will have their say in the privacy of the ballot box.”