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Below is a '''List of dissolved parties in Baustralia'''.
 
Below is a '''List of dissolved parties in Baustralia'''.
 
==Centre party==
 
==Centre party==
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==National party==
 
==National party==
  
The National Party of Baustralia, or more commonly National Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was supposed to be Jacob Mayjames, 1st Vicount Mayjames. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was gold (top-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ffaa00.
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The National Party of Baustralia, or more commonly National Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was supposed to be Jacob Mayjames, 1st Vicount Mayjames. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was gold (top-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ffdd00.
  
 
The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords. The Lord Mayjames is now a Conservative in the House of Lords as a Lord Temporal serving as Lord Governor of the Dominion of Wangatangia.
 
The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords. The Lord Mayjames is now a Conservative in the House of Lords as a Lord Temporal serving as Lord Governor of the Dominion of Wangatangia.
  
 
==Socialist party==
 
==Socialist party==
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The Socialist Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Socialist Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was Colonel Emily Day. The party was the second-largest party in Baustralia at its peak and was designated His Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition. Its party colour was red (bottom-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff2a2a.
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The Socialist Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Socialist Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was Colonel Emily Day. The party was the second-largest party in Baustralia at its peak and was designated His Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition. Its party colour was red (centre-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff2a2a.
  
 
The party was later merged with the Worker's Party of Baustralia.
 
The party was later merged with the Worker's Party of Baustralia.
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==Green party==
 
==Green party==
  
The Green Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Green Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was Light green (bottom-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #aaffaa. The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords.
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The Green Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Green Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was Light green (centre-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #aaffaa. The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords.
  
 
==Liberal party==
 
==Liberal party==
  
The Liberal Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberal Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Charles Burgardt and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was Red (bottom-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff0000. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.
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The Liberal Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberal Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Charles Burgardt and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was Red (bottom-most colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff0000. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.
  
 
==Liberatarian party==
 
==Liberatarian party==
  
The Liberatarian Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberatarian Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Cameron Tau and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was gold (bottom-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #FFDF00. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.
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The Liberatarian Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberatarian Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Cameron Tau and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was gold (top-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #FFDF00. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Latest revision as of 01:17, 10 January 2020

Below is a List of dissolved parties in Baustralia.

Centre party

The Centre Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Centre Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was Katelynn, Princess of Wabasso. The party was dissolved in 2018 when Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was purple (top-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #800080.

The party held a maximum of one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords. It held the seat for the riding of Mild Pond. Katelynn is now a Conservative in the House of Lords as a Lord Royal serving as Peeress Governor of the Dominion of Edstmae.

National party

The National Party of Baustralia, or more commonly National Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was supposed to be Jacob Mayjames, 1st Vicount Mayjames. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was gold (top-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ffdd00.

The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords. The Lord Mayjames is now a Conservative in the House of Lords as a Lord Temporal serving as Lord Governor of the Dominion of Wangatangia.

Socialist party

The Socialist Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Socialist Party, was a Baustralian party. Its leader was Colonel Emily Day. The party was the second-largest party in Baustralia at its peak and was designated His Majesty's Most Loyal Opposition. Its party colour was red (centre-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff2a2a.

The party was later merged with the Worker's Party of Baustralia.

Green party

The Green Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Green Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was never officially formed by the time Commons removed any peers. Its party colour was Light green (centre-right colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #aaffaa. The party held no seats in the House of Commons, and also none in the House of Lords.

Liberal party

The Liberal Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberal Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Charles Burgardt and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was Red (bottom-most colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #ff0000. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.

Liberatarian party

The Liberatarian Party of Baustralia, or more commonly Liberatarian Party, was a Baustralian party. The party was formed by Cameron Tau and merged with the Worker's Party. Its party colour was gold (top-left colour), with the hexadecimal colour code of #FFDF00. The party held one seat in the House of Commons, and none in the House of Lords.

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