Forget ‘the’ republic, drought proof the country

In its 19th Annual National Conference at Parliament House, Sydney on 3 October 2018, Australians for Constitutional Monarchy will condemn the agenda of a Shorten government to impose a politicians’ republic by hook or by crook on the Australian people. Instead of this, real constitutional issues should be addressed, including the constitutional and other obstacles to drought-proofing Australia. Tony Abbott and Alan Jones are speaking and Washington based Gregory Copley will be launching his new book on the Issue dominating political debate in the West from Brexit to the election of Donald Trump, a return to the sovereignty of the state and the people rather than global and EU governance.

 

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