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एंथोनी अल्बनीज ऑस्ट्रेलिया के 31वें प्रधानमंत्री के रूप में चुने गएा

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Anthony Albanese Elected as 31st Prime Minister for Australia

एंथोनी अल्बनीज ऑस्ट्रेलिया के 31वें प्रधानमंत्री के रूप में चुने गए

Labour leader Anthony Albanese and four other senior party members were sworn-in as the country's 31st Prime Minister on May 23. Outgoing Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who was heading Liberal-National coalition, has conceded defeat.

Anthony Albanese

• Anthony Albanese is the next Prime Minister of Australia.
• The politician had a modest beginning in life.
• He is the lone child of a single mother who raised him in a tough inner-Sydney district on a pension. With record support for the Greens and climate- focused independents, The Labour leader is a multicultural representative, claiming to be the first candidate with a 'non-Anglo Celtic name' to run for Prime Minister in Australia's 121-year history.
• Anthony Albanese's financially-tough beginnings in government-owned homes in suburban Camperdown shaped the at politician who has led Australia's centre left Labour Party to power for the first time since 2007.


• Albanese began his first political campaign when he was 12 years old. In a campaign that included refusing to pay the council in a so-called rent strike, his fellow public housing tenants successfully fought a local council proposal to sell their properties, a move that would have doubled their rent.

• Albanese has to improve Australia's international notoriety of being slow in the climate change move- ment. He plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions more aggressively. The previous administration main- tained the same commitment it set in 2015 at the Paris Climate Agreement: a reduction of 26% to 28% below 2005 levels by 2030. Albanese's Labour Party has predicted a cut of 43%.

• Labour also has described a new security pact between China and the Solomon Islands as Australia's worst foreign policy failure in the Pacific since World War II.

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