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Australians, called to the polls, especially worried about their purchasing power


STORY – The federal elections, this Saturday, promise to be difficult for Prime Minister and candidate Scott Morrison.

In Sydney

It’s a strange campaign that has just ended in Australia: six weeks of travel, televised debates and meetings, during which there will have been a lot of talk about the candidates, mainly the two favorites, and almost no politics.

Prime Minister for almost four years, and at the head of a conservative coalition in power in Canberra for nine years, Scott Morrison will have had only one message for voters throughout this campaign: “I know I’m not perfect, but at least you know me.Also addressing many criticisms to his main opponent, the leader of the Labor opposition, Anthony Albanese. Scott Morrison thus accused him several times of “lack experience at the highest state level– although he was a minister several times during his career – and denounced his alleged incompetence in economic matters, thus underlining the need, “in an increasingly unstable geopolitical context

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