Aussie election: Why do people vote differently?
AUSTRALIA’s federal election was held with a heavy turnout of more than 100,000 voters.
It’s the first time the country has seen a repeat of last year’s election, when the party led by Prime Minister Tony Abbott won the election by a significant margin.
Mr Abbott has now conceded the result.
The Coalition has vowed to stay in power through to the next election.
AAP/ABC NewsTopics:government-and-politics,elections,political-parties,australiaFirst posted February 13, 2019 08:20:24More stories from Western Australia