Grand Union of Leftist Parties

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Grand Union of Leftist Parties
LeaderCharles Burgardt
FoundedApril 3, 2019 (2019-04-03)
DissolvedJuly 5, 2020 (2020-07-05)
Merger of
Succeeded byLiberal Party of Baustralia
IdeologyMarxism–Leninism
Owenism
Social liberalism
Liberatarianism
Political positionLeft
Colors     Green

The Grand Union of Leftist Parties, more commonly the Union, or formerly the Worker's Party, wass a Baustralian party. Founded by Aidan McGrath as the Worker's Party, it has had three leaders, the last being Charles Burgardt.

The party was known for its multiple attempts to merge. When McGrath took command in September 2019, he immediately approached the Socialist Party to merge into his party as they had shared similar goals toward communism. They merged in early September, and on 1 October, a letter was, in September, sent out to Charles Burgardt, the leader of the Liberal Party for a merger, and was signed on 1 October 2019. McGrath and Cameron Tau, the leader of the Libertarian party are currently discussing a merger.

The party was dissolved on 6 October 2019 by its last leader, former Prime Minister Aidan McGrath after resigning by the advice of the King after committing lèse majesté. It was reformed promptly after by the current leader, Emily Day. Her first idea was to rebrand the party as it was no longer strictly communist as reflected by McGrath, but a mix due to the merger.

The party was fully dissolved on 5 July 2020 by leader Charles Burgardt, reforming the former Liberal Party of Baustralia.

Leaders

Portrait Name Dates
1 Aidan McGrath, 2018 pattern medic photo.jpg Aidan McGrath 3 April 2019 – 5 June 2019
2 Campaign poster W12019BU.svg Oliver Doig 5 June 2019 – 7 September 2019
Aidan McGrath, 2018 pattern medic photo.jpg Aidan McGrath 8 September 2019 – 6 October 2019
3 Emily Day, 2018 pattern army photo.jpg Emily Day 6 October 2019 – 13 June 2020
4 Charles Burgardt, 2018 parliamentary portrait.jpg Charles Burgardt 13 June 2020 – 5 July 2020

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