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Mutual Party

The Mutual Party (previously the Bank Reform Party) is a de-registered minor political party in Australia.[1]

The party has been involved in Glenn Druery's Minor Party Alliance.[2][3]

The party's lead candidate for the Senate in Western Australia at the 2014 special election was Anthony Fels, who has been a Liberal (and later independent) member of the Western Australian Legislative Council, and an independent and Katter's Australian Party Senate candidate at the 2010 and 2013 federal elections, respectively.[4][5]

In March 2015, the Australian Progressive Party (not to be confused with the similarly named Australian Progressives) announced that it had absorbed the Mutual Party after they agreed to join forces.[6]

The Mutual Party was deregistered in April 2015, according to the Australian Electoral Commission.[7]

References

  1. ^ Deregistered/renamed political parties: AEC
  2. ^ Bitter dispute erupts over Senate preferences in Queensland: ABC 5 September 2013
  3. ^ Alliance of micro parties boosts odds for likes of One Nation or Shooters and Fishers gaining Senate spot through preferences: Daily Telegraph 5 September 2013
  4. ^ Rex Drabik (1 April 2014). "Senate candidate focuses on housing crisis" – The Esperance Express. Retrieved 11 April 2014.
  5. ^ WA: Group M for Mutual in the WA Senate – The Mutual Party. Retrieved 11 April 2014.
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External links

  • Mutual Party website

See also

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