A Freedom Of Information request of translation services at the Electoral Commission obtained by the North West Sub Regional Organiser, Gary Tumulty, reveals how they wasted £144,452.71 of taxpayers’ cash to convert literature into foreign languages to advise them on how to vote.
Amongst the top languages translated are Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Traditional), Gaelic, Gujarati, Hindi, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu, most of which are non European.
The Electoral Commission, which was formed in 2001 and has around 156 staff and an annual budget of £23.5m of taxpayers’ money a year, was allegedly set up as a somewhat independent watch dog of political parties and elections run by the councils across the UK, and is solely answerable to Parliament.
The commission have no real jurisdiction and are not responsible to investigate allegations of electoral fraud, and if any allegations made to police forces are considered, and if appropriate, investigated by them, the commission works as advisors which makes it a very expensive quango.
Salford’s Gary Tumulty says “It seems the commission is more concerned about teaching the world’s visitors to this country how to vote, Now, most of those languages are spoke from the Muslim tongue, and as I understand things, Muslims are against a democracy, as the word of Allah is final.
“Don’t the commission think they should concentrate on how to get more British people to the ballot boxes instead of catering for the minorities?
“I mean, a good start would be to start investigating councils for election fraud, I know for a fact it happens in Salford Council under Labour, and yes they get away with it, because there in no one there to stop them” Gary concluded.
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