I am pleased to announce that the Future Party has been successful in attracting over 500 eligible voters as members. This means that the Future Party has reached the minimum membership requirement to register a political party with the Australian Electoral Commission. The registration process could take up 3 months according to the AEC, however registration in time for the election is likely.
At the meeting yesterday, we were asked about some of the material that inspired our ideas. One of the ideas that a lot of people said needed more explanation was our charter city, Turing.
The Future Party has had extended internal discussion about the need for patent reform and what such reform would entail. Below is a summary of our beliefs regarding patents at the moment, which focuses on software patents, a highly contentious form of patent.
The Future Party is a new movement of people who are dedicated to thinking of long term solutions to advance our society. The Future Party believes quality of life is improved primarily through technological developments, sourced through a scientific approach to knowledge in the context of democracy and peace. We see innovation, education and economic reforms as key to the success of Australia.Read more
The Future Party has released its website and is looking for people to become members. The Future Party needs 500 members to join the party by Monday 13 May 2013 so that it can run as a party in the September 2013 elections. If you have read our policies and would like to join us, then please visit the membership form page and sign up today.
The Future Party plans to create a new charter city in Australia called ‘Turing’. This city will:Read more