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Liberal Party of Australia

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The Liberal Party of Australia is the primary center-right ot conservative party in Australia. Most Liberal Party politicians advocate a combination of economic liberalism (free market capitalism) and social conservatism familiar to Americans as the policy mix of the Republcian party.

Founded in 1944 the party competes with the center-left Australian Labor Party for political office, both at the Federal level and in the Australian states and territories. The Liberal Party has held power since winning government in 1996, and traditionally governs in coalition with the National Party of Australia.

October 15, 2006

Results from a Newspoll published in The Australian show that 41% of respondents would support the opposition Australian Labor Party, 41% would support the governing Coalition of Liberals and Nationals, 6% would support the Greens and 12% others in the next general election. Ina two way contest the Australian Labor Party receives 52% of the vote to 48% of the vote for the Austalian Liberal and National parties Source: Report


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This page was last modified 19:37, 27 October 2006 by dKosopedia user BartFraden. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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