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Lower Excise Fuel and Beer Party

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Lower Excise Fuel and Beer Party

The Lower Excise Fuel and Beer Party is a minor Australian political party that fielded several candidates in the 2001 and 2004 Federal elections. Their main policies include repealing the Goods and Services Tax and lowering the excise on fuel and beer prices. Many of their policies are centre-left. It was founded by Arun Sundaram, a Coffs Harbour resident.

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