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In last year's Victorian electiont the ALP gained its largest-ever Legislative Assembly majority, the Liberal Party suffered its most severe defeat in fifty years, the National Party almost lost its parliamentary party status, the Greens performed well enough to suggest that they may be able to win a Senate seat at the next Commonwealth election, and the Bracks Government gained control of the Legislative Council, the first time a Labor Government has gained long-term control of the upper house. This Current Issues Bulletin analyses the results and their implications.

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2003
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