Bryan Pape, Senate Candidate for NSW
UNE law lecturer Bryan Pape is an independent Senate candidate for New South Wales in this year’s federal election. He is perhaps best known for his High Court challenge to the constitutional validity of some of the Rudd government’s stimulus spending in Pape v The Commissioner of Taxation. The case was described by George Williams, another law academic and would-be ALP candidate as ‘a major victory for the states in the reasoning, it’s one of those very rare High Court decisions you get that’s going to change the way government operates.’
An opportunity to vote for a federalist and champion of states’ rights in the Senate.
posted on 31 July 2010 by skirchner in Politics
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