Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Facts & figures of Australian general election

In this age of Google News when, at a click of the mouse, all the newsworthy information of the forthcoming Australian general election would be in front of the computer screens, ABC's Australia Votes 2007 still performs a vital service for novices or new students to politics in Down Under as well as seasoned journalists, writers, researchers and analysts who are looking for basic facts and figures. Aussies are going to vote on 24 November (Sat).

2 Comments:

Blogger kittykat46 said...

Its probably going to be an undignified exit for Howard after so many years in office.

Based on the polls, he may not even survive in his own constituency, for so long a solid Liberal Party Safe Seat

5:44 PM  
Blogger James Wong Wing-On said...

really don't know-lah. Australian politics could be very moody. In 1983, a year after I arrived at Melbourne, everyone was predicting a Coalition landslide but it turned out that Federal Labour under Bob Hawk finally came back to power after 27 years in the wilderness. Wait and see-lah.

5:58 PM  

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