Political Parties are not Electorates;
Difference between political parties and Independent Candidates using
Nomination Form in directly choosing candidates is that;
Political Parties and the United Nations are Non-Government Organisations,
are not Electorates and have no Legislative power. Have now become the
central power over all Federal and State Government and Parliament.
Each individual political party preselects from it's members, the candidates,
who are then nominated and endorsed, by the party, to stand for election.
AEC Political Party Registered Officer the intermediary;
The registered officer is also the person who can sign nomination forms to endorse candidates at
House of Representatives and  Senate elections and request that the party's registered name or
abbreviation be shown on ballot papers next to the name of the party's endorsed candidates.
Candidates are representatives of and directly chosen by the party, not by the People.
AEC Political Party Agent the intertmediate agent;
The party must appoint an agent whose name and address is entered on the AEC’s Register of
Party Agents. The agent is responsible for lodging the party’s financial disclosure returns and
is the
person to whom payments of election funding will be made. An agent must be appointed
for a party’s
national organisation and for each State or Territory branch,
including unregistered branches.

Political parties are intermediary because, they are between the People and
the Candidate. This is not consistent with Sections 7 and 24 of the,
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.
Using Nomination Form
The only Constitutional Member of Parliament and Senator
is the Independent Candidate because;
That Candidate, directly chosen by the people, has at least 50 Living Souls
(People) in that Electorate who each have their
Name, Address and Signatures, on the Nomination Form to do their Will.
Nomination means; to appoint. This is consistent with Sections 7 and 24 of
the, Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900.
If Independent Candidates require more then 50 People, may include the total
Electorate which may include 80,000 electors.
80,000 divided by 50, equals 1,600 pages, to be copied.
Can have only one Nomination Form with the Candidates personal information
but, before completing the information required shall copy the page of the
Names, Addresses and Signatures Section only and once all Electors Names,
Addresses and Signatures have been completed, pin that to the original
Nomination Form and submit all, to the AEC.

If Candidate is able to get 51% of the total Electors to sign the Nomination Form this would be a
Non-contested seat or if, able to get 51% of the Electors to vote for that Candidate would be a
Double Majority Election.  May also be used to chose the Governor General or Governor
The AEC has not the time to check more than 50 Names, Addresses and Signatures of
each and all Candidates, for this reason the Candidate may take all copies to nearest
AEC office to personally check, if the names are correct and living in the Electorate.