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Australia Election Results: Prime Minister Scott Morrison Seizes a Stunning Win

NYTimes.com Saturday, 18 May 2019
By granting Mr. Morrison his first full term, Australians signaled their reluctance to bet on a new leader at a time when the economy has not suffered a recession in nearly 28 years.
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