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Latest revision as of 07:25, 20 October 2014

Liberal Party of Australia

Party-Liberal Party of Australia (2010).jpg
General Information
Country Flag-Australia.jpg Australia
Abbreviation LPA
Founded January 16, 2010
Dissolved February 16, 2010
Political
President Pizza the Hut | Pizza the Hut/Ajay Bruno
Members 0
Congress Occupancy 0%
Succeeds Australian Democratic Party
Succeeded By Australian Democratic Socialist Party
Orientation Center-Left
Ideology Libertarian

This party is accused of being a Politically Taken Over party of the Australian Democratic Party. This party does not represent ANY of the Core Aims or Ideals of its predecessor, due to the nature of the election.

Core Values

The Core Values of this party are not yet confirmed by Pizza The Hut

Senate

The party was highly unsuccessful in the elections, only managing to get elected 2 or 3 members elected into congress.

Country Presidency

Pizza The Hut ran for the position of Country President (Prime Minister). He was unsuccessful in this attempt.

History

This party existed until the February 2010 elections, when it was rightfully restored to its party members, and the name was restored to the Aus Democratic Socialist Party. Pizza the Hut's party had 166 members at one point, because most members were unwilling to change parties.