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Deadly Serious Party

Deadly Serious Party
Headquarters  Australia
Ideology Frivolous political party joke
International affiliation None
Politics of Australia
Political parties
Elections

The Deadly Serious Party is a joke party that stood candidates in Australian elections in the 1980s. Its platform included dispatching a flock of killer penguins to protect Australia's coastline from Argentine invasion, an age freeze, and the appointment of silly people to all the portfolios that matter. It was deregistered effective 2 November 1988 for not having the required 500 members.[1]

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