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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s center-left opposition party toppled the conservative government after almost a decade in power, and Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese in his Saturday election victory speech promised sharper reductions in greenhouse gas emissions while he faces an early foreign policy test.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he quickly conceded defeat despite millions of votes yet to be counted because an Australian leader must attend a Tokyo summit on Tuesday with U.S. President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The article goes on to state the following:
Albanese, who has described himself as the only candidate with a “non-Anglo Celtic name” to run for prime minister in the 121 years that the office has existed, referred to his own humble upbringing in the Sydney suburb of Camperdown.
“ It says a lot about our great country that a son of a single mom who was a disability pensioner, who grew up in public housing down the road in Camperdown can stand before you tonight as Australia’s prime minister,” Albanese said.
Australia, according to projections, has just ended almost a decade of conservative government, ousting Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Anthony Albanese and the opposition Labor Party are projected to win.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 21, 2022
In Scott Morrison's concession speech he thanked: the defence force, police and tradies (as well as Australians at large)
He did not thank any of the frontline workers who got Australia through the pandemic, teachers, nurses, health workers or aged care workers.
— Amy Remeikis (@AmyRemeikis) May 21, 2022
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