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TOP looks to raise money to pay for election campaign

The Opportunities Party leader Raf Manji hopes business here will respond in the way big businesses supported teal candidates in Australia.

The Opportunities Party Raf Manji speaks with Brent Edwards

Brent Edwards Fri, 09 Dec 2022

The Opportunities Party (Top) has been heartened by the performance of so-called teal candidates in this year’s Australian election but remains realistic it is unlikely to get the 5% party vote needed to get into Parliament here.

Instead, Top’s leader Raf Manji told NBR the party’s strategy

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