(PRWEB) April 25, 2005
The Referendum Party will shortly be announcing on its Campaign 2005 web site at http://www.referendum-party.co.uk the final policy decision on its short term strategy and aims for influencing the minds and manifestos of the leaders of the main parties that are seeking to form a government or become involved in a coalition government following the British Parliamentary elections on May 5th 2005.
Also announced will be the latest update of the continuously evolving Referendum Party Manifesto. In addition to demands to a full and fair Â as opposed to partial and single issue Â referendum on BritainÂs most appropriate response to aggressive European integration, the RP Manifesto covers many more down-home issues that it hopes to get adopted by a cross party coalition dedicated to curing some of the countryÂs current crop of manifest ills, inadequacies, scandals and embarrassingly pathetic national problems, whilst reinstalling a hope factor for the future of the young and young at heart.
The Referendum Party online strives to help supporters of its aims to achieve its central aim. That is to make sure that BritainÂs hard-won, long established freedom and democracy is not carelessly lost or deceitfully drafted away by untrustworthy law makers without the properly obtained consent of the British electorate.
The site helps former Referendum Party Parliamentary Candidates who still seek to find ways to promote and represent the views of the voters - more than three quarters of a million electors who entrusted them with their votes back in the 1997 general election. These people expressed their desire Â as have 60-70% of the electorate in many opinion polls since then Â for a full and fair referendum on European integration and the UKÂs relationship to it.
It also acts as a springboard for new campaigns that are compatible with and help carry forward the long term aims of the Referendum Party. These include, in the broader sense, those promoting an awareness of the need for continuous vigilance and creative positive action to help maintain the existing rights and freedoms of democracies against all enemies, including the slow but deadly Parkinsonian growth and would-be hegemonic intrusion of unaccountable, out-of-control international bureaucracies such as the European Union.