Australian federal election, 2053
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20504 October 2053 2059

All 215 seats in the Australian House of Representatives
First party Second party
Old Andrew Burges Tucker Carlson Gage Skidmore
Leader Andrew Burges Donald Turnbull
Party Nationalist Democratic
Leader since 29 January 2037 3 July 2051
Leader's seat Cowper Hawke
Last election 164 seats 13 seats
Seats won 202 seats 3 seats
Seat change Green Arrow Up38 Red Arrow Down10
Popular vote 18,213,651 371,843

2053 Parliament Composition

Prime Minister before election

Andrew Burges

Elected Prime Minister

Andrew Burges

An Federal Election for the members of the Australian Parliament took place on 4 October 2053. They were the first to take place following the full implementation of the Dissolution Acts which allowed Andrew Burges to take near-absolute power over parliament.

The incumbent Australian Nationalist Party returned with a number of parliamentary seats and popular votes, whilst the official opposition Democratic Party (now led by former Shadow Treasurer Donald Turnbull) returned with a greater reduced number of seats, as well as a miniscule popular vote count, effectively ending the period of second party politics and ensuring Australia would become a de facto one-party state.

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