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Australian Women's Party (1995)

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Australian Women's Party (1995)

The Australian Women's Party was a minor Australian feminist party that was first registered with the Australian Electoral Commission on 19 December 1995 and was deregistered on 22 April 2003.[1] Its main platform consisted of a constitutional alteration to ensure equal representation of men and women at all levels of government, included in the republic debate.[2]

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  2. ^ Fletcher, Karen (1995). "Can the Australian Women's Party make a difference?".  

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