City Country Alliance

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The City Country Alliance (1999–2003) was a short lived Australian political party that briefly held six Queensland state seats.

It was founded in late 1999 after the One Nation Party contingent in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland split. Its inaugural Parliamentary Leader was Bill Feldman, and its Executive Director was Ian Petersen.

On 24 March 2000, its website ceased to be updated - the party was starting to wind down before it had even been registered. On 11 September 2000, it became registered as a political party.

On 17 February 2001, the party contested the Queensland state election. It lost all six seats it held, and received only 2.39% of the primary vote.

On 22 April 2003, the party lost its official status[1] as the Australian Electoral Commission determined it no longer had the right to hold it.

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