The Canberra Times today carried a public notice about the application to register the Richard Mulcahy Canberra Party.
The ACT Electoral Commission says that anyone wishing to object to the formation of this party can do so in writing by July.
On resigning from the Liberal Party last December, Mr Mulcahy reportedly said he would stand as an independent in this year’s election.
In order to qualify for registering a political party, Mr Mulcahy has to have found at least 100 people who support him enough to have become paid up members of his new party.
A copy of the RMCP’s application and constitution can be viewed at the Electoral Commission during ordinary business hours.
- Who? (37%, 74 Votes)
- I wouldn't urinate on him if he was on fire (53%, 106 Votes)
- I think he's a great champion of community values (10%, 19 Votes)
Total Voters: 199