The two-party political system has monopolised democracy in this country

In this country, the “two-party politician” is an advocate for the organisation to which he belongs. He is rarely an independent representative of his community, as would be expected in a true democracy (1). Decision-making in government is heavily dependent, not on the democratic process, but rather the influence of lobby groups and party politics.  It is time to make 2 July “Independence Day” in the seat of North Sydney.  If Stephen is elected, it will be a “Ruff” three years for the two-party politicians in Canberra. If you can help in the lead up to the election, please see


(1) Bongiorno, F. (2016). Politicians’ inability to speak freely on issues that matter leaves democracy all the poorer. The Conversation. Retrieved from

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