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Editor’s Insight: What you need to know about the next Australian election

Australians will almost certainly go to the polls on July 2 to give their verdict on Malcolm Turnbull. With special feature audio.

Thu, 24 Mar 2016

Australia will almost certainly go to the polls in an early election on July 2.

Like many reforming Australian prime ministers before him, Malcolm Turnbull is being frustrated by the Senate, or the upper house of Parliament, which is controlled by opposition Labor and Green senators.

It also

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