If Pauline Hanson led Australia, all newlyweds would be forced to sign pre-nups, Australians would have to carry identity cards, the GST would go and rich and poor would be subject the same tax rate.
She would also ban burkas in public.
The One Nation Party leader has outlined her blueprint for Australia to News Corp, focusing on her plans for sweeping changes to everything, from families to finance.
"Family law is high on my agenda," she said.
"It needs court-approved premarital agreements on finance and parental issues."
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Foreign owned companies that owned assets she considered critical would be forced to sell them back to the government, the Queensland Senator said.
She would also cut the number of politicians, limit migration, introduce an Australian identity card, axe the GST and consider a flat two per cent tax rate if she ran the country.
Her party had also told its West Australian candidates they'd have to pay a $250,000 fine if they quit the party after being elected.
But the exit fee, outlined in a letter to the 60 candidates for the March 11 election, was dumped on Friday "on legal advice".
News Corp Australia said several angry candidates had refused to sign the agreement, although some had complied.
- With AAP