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Leader of the Opposition

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The Leader of the Opposition is a title traditionally held by the leader of the largest party not in government in a Westminster System of parliamentary government. The Leader of the Opposition is seen as the alternative Prime Minister, Premier or Chief Minister to the incumbent and heads a rival alternative government known as the Shadow Cabinet or Opposition Front Bench.

In many Commonwealth realms the full title is Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition.

Specific instances

  • Leader of the Opposition (Albania)
  • List of Australian Leaders of the Opposition
  • Leader of the Opposition (Australian Capital Territory)
  • Leader of the Opposition (New South Wales)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Northern Territory)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Queensland)
  • Leader of the Opposition (South Australia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Tasmania)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Victoria)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Western Australia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Bangladesh)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Belize)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Bermuda)
  • Leader of the Opposition (British Virgin Islands)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Bulgaria)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Burma)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Cambodia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Canada)
  • Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Canada)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Alberta)
  • Leader of the Opposition (British Columbia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Manitoba)
  • Leader of the Opposition (New Brunswick)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Nova Scotia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Ontario)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Quebec)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Prince Edward Island)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Saskatchewan)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Yukon)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Croatia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Denmark)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Dominica)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Fiji)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Greece)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Hungary)
  • Leader of the Opposition (India)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Ireland)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Israel)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Japan)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Malaysia)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Malta)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Mauritius)
  • Leader of the Opposition (New Zealand)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Northern Ireland)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Norway)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Pakistan)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Peru)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Singapore)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Solomon Islands)
  • Leader of the Opposition (South Africa)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Spain)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Sri Lanka)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Sweden)
  • Leader of the Opposition (Thailand)
  • Leader of the Main Opposition of Turkey
  • Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
  • References

    Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia


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