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Wot, no aussie election coverage? Well, OK, we’re not that important. But, very good result! Tony Abbott (my fav) looks like being the new PM, although it’s still very close and will require some negotiation with a (conservative) independent (Nothing so radical as required in the recent UK result). Why this is an excellent result for Abbott is that Australians always give a federal government at least two terms. Three if they are reasonable. Four if they’re good (John Howard). This is the first time I know of that a federal government has been kicked out after only one term. But then it was the first time that a party had kicked out their own PM before giving him a chance at re-election, so there would be a certain amount of justice in that. Anyway, from looking like a certain loss to Rudd with the Liberal Party under the sook Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott (former boxer, senior minister under Howard, and devout Catholic) has first seen off a popular PM and then brought his party to the brink of government. Brill!
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