Changes

Welcome to the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party of Australia.

On 17 June 2010 the delegate determined that the party’s application had passed its initial consideration for registration and the application was advertised for public objection on 23 June 2010. The issue of writs on 19 July 2010 for the federal elections meant that no further action could be taken on this application until the final return of all outstanding writs on 17 September 2010. No objections to the registration of the HEMP Party were received.

The delegate of the Australian Electoral Commission determined that the HEMP Party should be registered under the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918.
Some people seem to think we are only about industrial hemp or medical marijuana. Those people are incorrect.
We are also about legalising recreational cannabis.
We do what we can, when we can, with very limited funds. We would like to see an end to the demonisation of cannabis in every way. And for very good reasons. Food, fuel, fibre, medicine and recreation.


We are changing the web site.

The HEMP Party Web Site uses the WordPress system.

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  1. Hi, the article above is the beginning of the changes to the web site .
    The previous content can still be found within the site and remains as it was in October 2010. All the information from the previous site is copied to the current lay out with more information added to pages and media sections.

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