Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison admits defeat of Labor Globalism

The current Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, acknowledged the thaw in Saturday’s (20th) election in the country for the opposition Labor Party.

Counting the votes is still ongoing, but Morrison has already conceded that his party will not get even the slightest bit of support to form a new government.

Voters for Labor candidate Anthony Albanese celebrate the recognition of the incumbent prime minister’s defeat, May 21, 2022 (Image: Reuters)

So, a coalition led by the Labor Party, that admitting defeat ends nine years of the Conservative government.

Early in the morning, polls from ABC and Sky News had already indicated that the current government had received too few votes, echoing polls about voting intentions throughout the week.

However, the margin was narrow, which still brings an air of uncertainty to the national elections that the country is holding. Throughout the day, Australians filled the voting machines, which started at 7pm on Friday (20) Brasilia time and registered long queues.

The initial projection also showed that Labor, which has been named the preferred candidate, is falling behind smaller, independent parties, including those that address environmental and climate issues. However, a coalition led by the Labor Party could win.

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