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+ - Wikileaks Party Making Questionable Deals In Attempt To Win Senate Seat->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "The Brisbane Times notes, "Julian Assange's Wikileaks Party has come under fire for directing its preferences to the Shooters and Fishers Party and the white nationalist Australia First Party ahead of both major parties and the Greens in the NSW Senate race. Australia First's policies include reducing and limiting immigration and ''abolishing multiculturalism''. The chairman of Australia First, Jim Saleam, is a former neo-Nazi who was convicted in the late 1980s of organising a shotgun attack on the home of an Australian representative of the African National Congress. WikiLeaks candidates in NSW include human rights activist Kellie Tranter." The Wikileaks Party blamed the outcome on administrative problems. This is drawing some criticism."
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