UQLS Presidential candidate Martin Doyle has delivered a policy proposal that has left law students wanting more. Namely, more of an explanation.
‘As President,’ Doyle announced on the Forgan Smith stairs to passers-by and an ibis, ‘I will commit to you today to deliver and foster a commitment to the championing of a commitment to install and deliver a nineteen-pillar evolution commitment that I commit will be built and based on a solid foundation of mega-advocacy.’
‘That is my commitment to you.’
The announcement comes as the three-way race for UQLS President tightens ahead of Wednesday’s AGM. Regardless, Mr Doyle says he has not been panicked by the pressure of the campaign.
‘I believe I am the candidate with clear, straightforward, concise, specific, precise, unblemished, succinct, pithy, digestible, not-beat-around-the-bushy policies that can take this society forward, ahead and into tomorrow and the future.’
Each of Mr Doyle’s nineteen commitment-advocacy-evolution pillars is said to contain a further breakdown into forty-one sub-pillars, each with a tangential mini-branch to further explain the function of the overall evolutionary framework.
At press time, the Doyle Campaign were preparing announce a further policy to endorse scrapping word limits on assignments.
More to come.