How long do I have to vote?

A:

Anytime while bills and decisions are in parliament or council, and you don’t have to vote. Bills can sit in parliaments for months even years. You can start voting after the 1st reading of bills in parliaments. PD politicians will vote with the people on the 3rd reading of bills in parliaments.

If governments or councils try to push through a bill or decision in less than 6 weeks. PD politicians will automatically vote no on them unless a sunset clause has been put in the bill or decision that it expires within maximum 90 days. This means if you don’t get at least 6 weeks to vote the law won’t be around for long.