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Reform the Legal System

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Reform the Legal System

Reform the Legal System, later known as the Human Rights Party, was a political party in New South Wales. It was largely associated with MLC Peter Breen, its leader, who was elected in the 1999 state election. The party was renamed the "Human Rights Party" after Breen's brief membership of the Australian Labor Party in 2006. Breen was defeated at the 2007 state election.[1]


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