Congress of Australia

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Congress of Australia
Government of Australia

General Information
Country AustraliaAustralia
Headquarters Flag-Australia.jpg Canberra
Established 2007
Part of Australia
Type Congress

Congress of Australia is sometimes referred to as the Senate of Australia, hence the elected officials are referred to as Senators instead of Congress members. Senate Speaker was an active position until 2011, a role that one of the Congress members (Senators) held.

The Congressional/Senate elections take place on the 25th day of each month. Only the top 5 parties can nominate candidates for the elections.

Until October 2008, Congressional/Senate Elections were held as part of the general elections which included both Presidential (Prime Minister) & Congressional/Senate Elections and they were held on the 1st of each month. Up to this point, citizens voted for the party list in a certain region, not the individual candidates.

From October 2008 up to September 2012, citizens voted for an individual candidate on a party list in a certain region. As of September 2012, citizens vote for lists of party representatives instead of individual candidates which is valid for a whole country, not a certain region.

The first Congressional/Senate elections in Icon-Australia.png Australia were held on eDay 11 (1 December 2007) when first ever general elections were held in the New World. Unfortunately, not a lot of data is known from this period and the first known results are from December 2008.

Congress elections in Australia

Numbers of Congress seats by parties

Party Seats The last month present in the Congress
KnightHawks Military Council 599 June 2021
Australian Parliamentary Party 521 June 2021
Australian National Party 423 May 2019
Australian Independent Party 253 August 2012
Australian Revolutionary Party 251 January 2018
Australian Democratic Party 244 October 2018
Australian Democratic Socialist Party 129 November 2009
Green and Gold Party 97 February 2014
Australian Communist Party 80 April 2012
Australian Union Party 72 June 2021
Revolutionary Socialist Union 68 December 2016
Pirate Party Australia 61 October 2015
True Blue Party 55 November 2009
eAustralia's Queen's Party 53 June 2021
Revolutionary greenthumbs 49 January 2020
Procreate and Populate Party 45 May 2010
Australian Military Party 45 May 2010
The Imperial Party 34 June 2021
DIY Party of Australia 27 July 2011
Australian Liberation Front 15 July 2014
Republican Party of Australia - 2011 12 June 2011
Freedom Party 12 July 2013
CrOmegatrons 10 February 2018
erepublik Alliance 9 December 2009
Peoples Democracy 9 December 2009
Advance Australia Alliance 7 February 2009
Destiny 7 August 2013
National Pirate Party 4 March 2010
Australian Libertarian Party 4 November 2012
ABlues 3 May 2017
Liberal Party of Australia - 2010 2 January 2010
Liberal Party of Australia - 2009 1 August 2009