Within the complex situation the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, who is residing since June 2012 in the Embassy of Ecuador in London. The former chairman of the Australian Republican Movement, Greg Barns, will direct the political campaign of the Wikileaks founder, for a seat in the Senate of that country.
However, the Australian media clarified that even if Assange were to win the elections on September 14, he would not have a free pass to leave the Embassy of Ecuador. So even if Assange got 15% of the votes in Victoria, this will ensure a win, but he must be present in Australia to be sworn in on July 1, 2014. But if he sets a foot outside the embassy in England, the British police have orders to arrest him and extradite him to Sweden immediately.
The current omen of the hacker is unclear, meanwhile Ecuador seeks a political agreementin London to help him.