Progressive forces inside the Victorian ALP will debate a bevy of urgency motions at the party's annual state conference tomorrow, with prime minister Julia Gillard condemned for her Malaysian Solution for boat people and stance on gay marriage.

The party's closely-guarded 28 motion-strong urgency book, obtained by Crikey, unveils a raft of gripes spread across the party's factional divide. While right-wing shop assistants' leader Michael Donovan takes aim at Easter Sunday trading and "half and half" Melbourne Cup holidays in the bush, comrades from the Socialist Left have moved to keep the asylum seeker and same-sex issues afloat through numerous salvos that take personal aim at the PM.

The asylum seeker motion, by well-meaning rabble rouser Robin Rothfield, says Gillard's brainwave to ship boat people from Australia to the back of the queue in Malaysia "is in violation of the ALP National Platform 2009 and is therefore inconsistent with her pledge to the Party which she made as a Parliamentary candidate".