PERSECUTION IN AUSTRALIA
BECAUSE OF NOT VOTING
For many years we have been
persecuted based on the political and racist grounds. We do not agree for
some political decisions of the Australian Government. For this reason, we
and our organization, are persecuted. There is a
big damage done to us and to our organization. The latest persecution is
for the political reason. We cannot vote for the people who do not
represent our values. In all democratic countries people have right not to
go to the poll when they feel that this election is manipulative and not
similarly as other regimes, persecutes people who cannot vote for the
political reasons. Australian Government tries to teach and instruct other
countries about democracy when at the same time persecutes many people for
the political reasons (especially the Labor and Liberal Government). We
would like to ask for international commission to investigate all crimes
against human rights in Australia.
We would like to ask all democratic governments all over the world to
enforce on Australian Government to stop persecution on the political and
racist grounds. We have to pay penalty for not voting however this is only
a small part of persecution and our suffering in Australia.
14 April 2009
SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141
Failure to Vote by Zbigniew
& Magdalena Les – Stonnington
City Council Election
I refer to your response to the Apparent Failure
to Vote notice mailed to you and Magdalena Les on 27 February regarding
failing to vote for the Stonnington City Council
election held in November 2008.
I note that you state a number of reasons on your
response for not voting, including being unaware of the elections, that you
will never vote for a person who does not represent your Christian values
and a feeling of political persecution.
I take on board the reasons stated in your letter
and in response offer the following. Elections for Stonnington
City Council were extremely well advertised in local press and the major Victorian daily newspapers. Additionally
there was a strong advertising campaign on a large number of radio
stations. Additionally the elections for Stonnington
City Council were conducted entirely by post and ballot material was mailed
to you both at the above address during the period 11-13 November.
Local Government elections are conducted under
Section 40 of the Local Government Act 1989. Voting is compulsory for all
voters on the roll at the time of the election. As you were both on the voters roll at entitlement day you
were required to vote. As you did not vote, and do not have a valid and sufficient reason for not voting you will
both shortly be mailed an Infringement Notice. You should note that
there is a penalty of $57 attached to each notice.