29 October 2005 : Van Nguyen's Appeal for Clemency, Lawmakers vote


Letter to 811 Australian parliamentarians

Dear Parliamentarian,

On Thursday December 1st let the press, especially in Singapore, report the biggest vote by democratically elected officials in history. 811 parliamentarians in Australia all voting together in a transparent online voting chamber. A powerful voice representative, definitive, visible to the world. The issue Van Nguyen's appeal for clemency.

You are one of 811 parliamentarians registered to vote in the lawmakers' DOME of Conscience poll Van Nguyen's Appeal for Clemency. So far 14 have voted. All names are visible in the forum. 93 per cent have voted to save Nguyen. 10 seconds is all it takes to vote.

This poll includes the following voting options:
Let Van Nguyen live
Protect Australia/Singapore relations, let Van Nguyen live
Don't interfere with another country's justice system
I oppose capital punishment and believe the campaign should be broader
Capital punishment fits the crime

You can use the "Submit New Opinion" button in the forum to add other voting options.

Click any opinion in the forum to see the names of all those who voted for it. Click the "Who's Voting" link to see the names all 811 Australian parliamentarians registered to vote sorted by time of last vote.

Click here to vote. You will be signed in automatically. You can vote for up to three opinions.

Others can find the poll at www.vanappeal.com. The Nguyen appeal poll also appears in the DOME menu at www.domeaus.com.

Be careful not to forward this email because the links in it contain your personal sign-in details.

Ralph McKay
Founder -- DOME of Conscience