The Bank Reform Party has been registered as a political party with the Australian Electoral Commission.
The registered officer and spokesman for the party is Adrian Greig Bradley. The party’s website provides no other details about its membership.
Registration of a political party requires a party constitution and 500 members or at least one parliamentary representative.
Registration entitles a party to have its name printed alongside its candidates on ballot paper. It also makes the party eligible for election funding once it reaches the threshold of 4% of primary votes.
The Bank Reform Party’s tag line on its website says: “Bank, Supermarket & Fuel Sector Reform”.
Statement posted on the website of The Bank Reform Party.
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