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Once you have voted, a majority 60% position must be reached to create a clear Party Policy.
The party policy ALWAYS reflects the direction advocated by a majority of the Party members.
Once elected, Party members can only advocate policies and positions that have been brought to a vote by the party members.
If for example, the majority MiVote members voted to take a humanitarian approach to asylum seekers, it allows the movement and any MiVote elected members of Parliament to address matters related to this issue (legislation, debate, negotiations) with a clear position on delivering what its members have said they want. MiVote could never support any piece of legislation that was not supported by the majority of its informed and participating members.