Australian Conservative Party
The Australian Conservative Party was founded as a registered political party in 1989, under the leadership of Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen, the Premier of Queensland from 8 August 1968 to August 1988. It remained active until 1991 when it was deregistered by the Australian Election Commission when the membership fell below the required 500 members. The party then attempted to reform under "Australian Conservative Alliance" also known as Australia First in 1995.
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