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Voting changes nothing …

[Editors Note: No one talks about workers democracy anymore … why is that? Do people even know what it is? You know, going on strike, organising for better pay, conditions, for a better political system where workers have a say in what is produced … ]

Did you know that while voting in Australia is compulsory, there are more than 1 million eligible Australians who aren’t enrolled to vote?

If you don’t enrol you can’t vote and if you don’t vote you can’t have your say.

Click here to enrol or update your details: http://www.aec.gov.au/enrol/

In the last election the winner in many electorates was determined by just a few hundred votes — so making sure you and your friends and family are enrolled is vital. Also, if you have moved since the last election, make sure you update your details.

If you don’t vote you can’t stop Malcolm Turnbull’s massive $40 Billion hand out to business. You can’t stop cuts to services like Medicare and education, protect public services like the ABC and the CSIRO, make sure big business pays its fair share of tax, and defend our rights at work.

Click here to enrol or update your details: http://www.aec.gov.au/enrol/

In unity

Ros McLennan
General Secretary

Queensland Council of Unions




© Queensland Council of Unions 2016 | Authorised by Ros McLennan, General Secretary Queensland Council of Unions

Queensland Council of Unions · Level 5 16 Peel Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101, en, iso_country_codes.au

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