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Why voters are putting the Libs out to pasture

Sadly, our current PM is no Thatcher or Reagan (or Howard)

26 March 2022

9:00 AM

26 March 2022

9:00 AM

Following the defeat of the Liberals, after just one term, at the South Australian state election, NSW Transport Minister David Elliott fired this broadside in a social media post: ‘The result of tonight’s South Australian election is an example of what happens when a centre-right party moves away from the centre-right.

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Dr Rocco Loiacono is co-author, with Augusto Zimmermann, of ‘Deconstructing ScoMo: Critical Reflections on Australia’s 30th Prime Minister’, which is available for purchase at https://DeconstructingScoMo.com.au.

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