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Republican Party of Australia

Republican Party of Australia
Leader Peter Consandine
Founded 1982
Ideology Republicanism
Website
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Politics of Australia
Political parties
Elections

The Republican Party of Australia is a minor Australian political party dedicated to ending the country's links with the United Kingdom and establishing a republic. It was formed in 1982, and achieved registration federally in 1992.[1] It contested the 2004 federal election, but was not registered at the time of the 2007 election, although some of its members stood as independent candidates.[2]

It in many ways replaced the Australian Republican Party, which had operated from 1949 through until the RPA's founding.[3]

It is not linked with the Australian Republican Movement.

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