Pauline Hanson is currently standing as an independent candidate for the March 2011 election for the New South Wales Legislative Council.
Pauline Hanson hopes that you, as an Australian citizen, will take the time during this election to deliver your thoughts to politicians on how well they have performed during the past four years.
Commitment to Politics
During the last two decades, Pauline Hanson has proven herself to be a woman that will not back down without a fight. She is one of the few people to ask the difficult and gritty questions, and she is one of the few that will stand up for what she and other Australians believe in.
Her experience of the political and legal system is invaluable, and her insights as a mother, businesswoman, politician and released prisoner help her to identify with the wants, needs and growing concerns of Australians.
Many of the mainstream political parties have taken note of Pauline’s policies, modifying and merging them into their own agenda, and calling them their own. Clearly, good government can only exist when there is good opposition in place, challenging their every move.
Pauline Hanson’s Election Commitments
Pauline Hanson has outlined a number of commitments she would fight for if elected in the March 2011 election.
- Public Assets – Pauline Hanson believes public assets should remain exactly as they are. She opposes the privatisation of public assets that provide the essential services Australians rely on every day.
- Law and Order – Pauline Hanson wants to remove the politics out of the police force, ensuring that sentences are improved and better fitting of the crime.
- Education – Pauline Hanson wants to restore order to the classroom by implementing an appropriate level of discipline and control back to Australian schools and teachers.
- Health – Pauline Hanson considers the delay in surgical procedures as utterly unacceptable. She will fight hard for effective health care that Australians can count on, by fighting for more funding to go towards the health care system. She proposes that the government considers restoring ‘on the job training’ for nurses.
- Public Transport – Pauline Hanson understands the importance of a reliable, regular and timely public transport service to Australian citizens. She will fight for better transport connections and improved security on public transport routes.
- Roads – Pauline Hanson understands the impact high running costs have when a motorist is forced to use poor roads. She will fight to have the revenue raising speed cameras reviewed and whenever possible removed, and she wishes to address to the financials behind parking tickets, speeding fines and road repair.
As a representative in the New South Wales Upper House, Pauline Hanson vows to stand up for your rights and your views, with nothing but absolute honesty and integrity, without fear or political favour.