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The following pages list the Members of Congress of Icon-Australia.png Australia. Sometimes, these elected officials are referred to as Senators.

Congress elections

Numbers of Congress seats by parties

Party Seats The last month present in the Congress
Australian Democratic Socialist Party 109 September 2009
Australian National Party 76 September 2009
Australian Independents 52 September 2009
True Blue Party 47 September 2009
Australian Communist Party 33 September 2009
Advance Australia Alliance 7 February 2009
Liberal Party of Australia 1 August 2009

October 2009


  • Sir_c0nstant replaced Barnabas Stinson, due to Barnabas' banning prior to election.

November 2009

December 2009

January 2010

February 2010

March 2010

April 2010

May 2010

*Aussie Blokee was permanently banned before the elections.

June 2010

Conflicting reports as to the initial results. (Some Senators were elected after the 6-hour process checking, and thus did not receive the Congress medal on their profiles)

July 2010

Results unavailable due to Indonesia Political takeover of the Australian congress.

August 2010

September 2010

Indonesian PTO of Australia during this month

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October 2010

November 2010

December 2010

January 2011

February 2011

March 2011

April 2011

NO DATA AVAILABLE

May 2011

June 2011

July 2011

August 2011

September 2011

October 2011

November 2011

  • No elections due to Indonesian invasion.

December 2011

References

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