is ringing, his pager is humming, his e-mail inbox has been
flowing over again, and someone has just popped in to get some
legal advise. Just a normal day for Störm. He is
always busy. His days should have 48 hours.
He is one of those people who get never bored - and are never
In the Greater London Assembly elections in 2000, just 23 years old, Störm
secured one of the highest Green Party votes (over 13,000 votes).
Störm has stood previously in elections for UK Parliament (Camberwell and
Peckham), European Parliament, as well as for Parish, London Borough of Southwark,
and Kent County Council seats.
He has been supporting the Green Party for 15 years, is a
director of several trusts and is connected to a good number
of other groups like charities or housing co-ops.
For a politician with 28 years Störm
Poorun goes with a remarkable record in the election.
And if he does not make his way into British Parliament on
May 5th, this will not hinder him to carry on unremittingly
campaigning for the cause he truely believes in: a social,
human and sustainable society for today and for the future. Störm
is on a mission.