You can view our question list for all candidates here.
Secular Party Candidate for Melbourne Ports, Gregory Storer, responded :
> What are your thoughts on asylum seekers?
I find the continued demonisation of refugees and asylum seekers deplorable.
> What are your thoughts on public transport?
To combat global warming it is incumbent upon government to move towards public transport, it should be cheap and readily available.
> What are your thoughts on renewable energy?
Fully support the development of renewable energy sources to enable us to stop using polluting power stations.
> Do you support or oppose the introduction of the R18+ rating classification for video games?
> Do you support or oppose the proposed internet filter?
> Do you support or oppose gay marriage?
> What are your thoughts on abortion?
These decisions need to be taken by the woman. No faith-based morality should be forced onto the population. Women have the freedom of choice.
> Do you support or oppose the legalisation of voluntary euthanasia?
> What are your thoughts on stem cell research?
> What are your thoughts on education?
Education importance of education and its role in promoting universal secular values and social harmony. Good public education needs to be of high quality and inclusive. There should be limited funding of faith-based schools and we would replace the current system of funding with a rebate to the parents.
> What are your thoughts on campaign finance disclosure?
Should be fully disclosed.
> What are your thoughts on climate change?
Needs action now. We need a carbon tax, nationally and internationally, cessation of emission from coal-fired generation and investment in alternative energies to help contain the damage to the environment.
> What are your thoughts on water?
Water needs to be properly managed and used wisely to ensure security of water for all Australians.
> Do you support or oppose standing order 50?
> Are there any local issues you are trying to highlight with your campaign?
There are a range of local issues.
> What do you think about the media’s coverage of the election so far?
Fairly one sided, not the right questions being asked and way to much rhetoric.
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Candidate for Melbourne Ports
Secular Party of Australia
“Freedom of religion and freedom from religion”