Anthony Albanese elected as Australia’s opposition leader

Anthony Albanese elected as Australia’s opposition leader

Veteran Sydney lawmaker Anthony Albanese has been elected as Australia’s new opposition leader. The 56-year-old became the new leader of the country’s main opposition party when he stood unopposed to replace the outgoing Bill Shorten. A member of Parliament for 23 years, Albanese served as a Cabinet minister under Labor governments for six years.

KCooper
KCooper
Wino-wisdom
Wino-wisdom 1 year

Mistake by Labor, Albanese isn't well liked [maybe even less than Shorten].... You need to install confidence in the voters, and Albanese doesnt do that. Surely there was a better option going forward?

Barra Cudda
Barra Cudda 1 year

Just another nameless faceless suit. How do these anonymous guys float to the top? Our democracy is garbage.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 1 year

Apparently this guy has a very lose grip with reality if he thinks that people are against labour for Thier apparent "conflicts". But he also is cementing my choice to never vote labour/greens again.

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 1 year

If you believe that all the goals of the far far left will be good for the world like taxing climate change away and imposing gender disphoria education on young children and improving the country by increasing refugees and asylum seekers and punishing hate speech you will welcome this. As if the left weren't bad enough this mans speech nominating himself for leadership of the communist party of Australia endorsed all the leftist horrors mentioned above.

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