The Conservative Coalition in Australia celebrates a stunning political victory in the general election, does not lend itself to forecasting losses
The ruling conservative coalition in Australia opposed polls and marked a staggering political victory in the country's general election on Saturday, with the main opposition party officially acknowledging defeat.
Opposition leader Bill Shoort urged Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him for an election victory. He told supporters of the Labor Party that his party had not earned enough seats to form a coalition government.
"I know you're all hurt, and I too, there are still millions of votes to count … it is obvious that Labor will not be able to form the next government," he said. I called Scott Morrison to congratulate him. "1
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Morrison uses his victorious speech to thank the " the coalition to the stunning political victory.
"The Australians have worked hard, have started a business, have created a family, have bought a home," he said. "These are the quiet Australians who have won a great victory tonight."
"The Australians have worked hard, started a business, founded a family who bought a home. These are the quiet Australians who have won a great victory tonight.
But there was at least one victim on the conservative side. Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott admitted losing his seat in Sydney in 1994.
He lost the independent candidate and Olympics Sgragal Hall against the backdrop of his opposition to climate action. Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott attends the annual conference of the UK Conservative Party in 2016. />
Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott attends the annual conference of the UK Conservative Party in 2016