South Australian government
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The Parliament has long been seen as irrelevant to South Australian since the state was abandoned by almost all of its residents after the Drop Bear attacks, however the MP's still believe that their goal of rebuilding the state using slave labour will bring residents back, as soon as the new Woolworths store opens at North Adelaide.
In 2005, it was decided that the Premier of South Australia should be decided during a battle royal where 2 opposing MP's are placed insde the Thunderdome, with only 1 surviving.
Currently, the South Australian government consists of member of The South Australian Jedi Party, whose motto "The Power is Yours!" appears on the state coat of arms.
The Flower Power Party forms the opposition, with minor parties including The Gay Pride Party, the Christian and Jewish alliance and Sluts United party.
edit Division of Seats
Currently, The Jedi Party hold a supreme government, that is they have more seats than all other parties combined. This was because prior to the last election, the premier got his nipple pierced on national television, providing the people of the state promised to vote for his party. The Division of seats in the south Australian parliament is as follows, with each party holding the following seats.
The Very Silly Party (British expatriots): 17
Jedi Party: None. However, Jedi mind tricks make us think they have 15,389
Sensible Party: 1.2
Kangaroos: 1If they could vote legally, they'd have more
His most High Honorable Sir Nelson-Grathsmick the Third, of Shroptington Hall, Esquire: 2
Some Guy who wandered in by accident: 5
Stumpy the Dwarf: 2
edit Election '07
South Australian Election 2007 is a television special to be produced by Channel 7. Hosted by Grant Denyer, it will see each candidate perform live in the studio for viewers to vote for via SMS. Whoever receives the most votes will win their seat and be instated in the parliament. Which ever team has the most members will become government, but because South Australian's generally don't like changing anything, the government is expected to be returned.