The Secular Party of Australia has based its preferences entirely on secular principles, according to Secular Party president John Perkins.
“Despite the temptation to receive flow-on support from other parties, we have refused any deals for preferences at the upcoming federal election,” said Dr Perkins. “We do not compromise our major principles to negotiate deals with other parties.”
Dr Perkins explained that these principles include a change to the definition of charity and opposition to the promotion of religion in public schools.
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