Liberal Democratic Party (Australia)

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The Liberal Democratic Party (abbreviation as LDP or called the Liberal Democrats) is a political party in Australia. It is a libertarian party. It was started in 2001.

The party has one senator, David Leyonhjelm, in the Australian Senate.[1] It also also has two representatives at the local government level in New South Wales.

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  1. Tim Colebatch (5 October 2013). "How mistaken identity and luck won on the day". The Age. Retrieved 3 August 2014.