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Vision for Australia - "The Can-Do Country"

Thursday, 22 August 2013 15:52

As Federal Election banter focuses on whether or not candidates can be sexy and buses breaking down it’s fair to ask, where’s the conversation about what Australia will look like in 2050?

Vision For is a discussion paper, an open letter to the Australian people reminding them they have the right to expect Visionary Leadership from their political leaders.

Vision for Australia promotes the view that we can no longer rely on being the lucky country, that we must take greater responsibility for getting things done and reinvent ourselves as the CAN DO Country.

Australians are invited to read and engage on subjects including:

THE AUSTRALIA PLAN – a document written in stone, i.e. unable to be chopped and changed by successive governments, which gives us a nation building vision 50 Years into the future.

THE VISION FOR AUSTRALIA PARTY – An invitation to register interest in an apolitical, issues based movement which focuses on issues which will effect Australia 50 years out.

THE AUSTRALIAN POPULATION - A discussion about the population of Australia in 2050 and beyond.

TAX-TAGGING: A new way to track how and where our taxes are spent in order to minimise waste and increase accountability.

AN INDIGENOUS NATION: The path to reconciliation must come from the ground up, not the government down.

WHAT IS A GOOD EDUCATION - Questions about what a well educated student looks like in modern Australia and what having an education system rated in the top five in the world actually means.

Andy McLeod is an independent businessman who runs a business in western Sydney. He was compelled to write Vision for Australia from a level of frustration by how the current political system operates and its lack of a clear long term vision for this nation.


Contact: Andy McLeod
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