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We are a party for Australians of all ages,  not just pensioners.

AUPG.

AUPG aims to protect and enhance the pension and or possibly a living wage for all Australians now and in the future, so as we can all benefit from productivity changes derived from the use of modern technology.

This may well result in more jobs available, an enhanced worklife balance and a shorter working week in the long term.   

Currently putting in the hard yards on your behalf, 

Pan Pemberton

Chief Executive Officer of AAPG/UPP

 


 

Pan is a Solicitor who has practised as a Children's Lawyer

He holds a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the College of Law (2013) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Western Sydney (UWS 2014) now Western Sydney University (WSU) and a Certificate of Good Conduct from the High Court of Australia (2015). He was also awarded a John Marsden Memorial Prize in 2014 for the best & fairest student in in Practical Legal Training in GDLP Legal Practice Ethics & Management. 

 

No silver spoons or blue ties, Pan grew up in orphanages from eighteen months of age went to twelve primary schools then completed only one year of high school before becoming homeless at fifteen. At the age of forty he was recommended for enrolment to the School of Health, Humanities and Social Ecology at UWS Hawkesbury as a educationally and socially disadvantaged Masters student.

In 1996 he gained a Masters of Health Sciences Primary Health Care at UWS.

We also have a wonderful dedicated & capable team of office holders on our board and a dedicated team of volunteers & stae coordinators working hard all over the country to progress our application as a Australian Electoral Commission accredited party ASAP. .

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AUPG 

We are here to ensure that current and future pensioners are able to have a living that is dignified and respected.

AUPG  is growing rapidly ..... We are looking for all you positive and supporting People to click on the link , come over, ask for membership and participate in the formation of our new political party... You will be most welcome ... Your skills, input, knowledge and desire to change the current Political chaos is required ..... We not only WILL make it happen , it IS happening .... Come over and have a squiz;)
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WE ARE MOVING FORWARD QUICKLY BUT DILIGENTLY

SO IN ORDER TO BECOME A REGISTERED PARTY WE WILL NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE

If you are in another party then please cancel with them ASAP before we start asking for your registration details to give to the AEC be aware and assured in accord withThe Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) all of your information will be kept private hereafter.
Please if you intend to join us then we need to put forward to the AEC only those individuals who have no other party affiliations.
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Restrained and prudent Government spending especially ministers.

We will hammer this home untill the culture changes.

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Membership requirements The Electoral Act requires a party to have at least 500 members It is important to note that the Electoral Act requires the 500 members who are used to support the application for registration to be eligible for enrolment on the Commonwealth electoral roll.

Our Government is there to serve not to rule us.

Government for and on behalf of the people not Governing the people.