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2023: Australia’s year of political volatility

ANALYSIS: Peter Dutton’s conservative coalition was written off at the beginning of the year. Not any more.

Peter Dutton with 'No' campaigner Jacinta Price. Opposition to the Voice referendum has transformed his prospects.

In April this year, the Labor Party of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese won a historic by-election in the outer Melbourne seat of Aston.

The by-election was triggered by the retirement of a former minister in the previous Liberal National Coalition Government, and according to most reliable readings

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Lachlan Colquhoun Thu, 21 Dec 2023
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