Australians will vote today, in the first general election since brutal party infighting ousted the nation’s fourth leader in a decade.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says, he has united his conservative government in the nine months since he replaced Malcolm Turnbull, while
Labour Opposition Leader: Bill Shorten has pressed his case with stark policy alternatives.
Australia holds elections every three years, but no prime minister has succeeded in serving a full term since 2007.
Meanwhile, in India, campaigning for the seventh and the final phase of Lok Sabha polls ended last evening. Fifty-nine constituencies – spread over seven states and one union territory – will go to polls in this phase tomorrow. Star campaigners of various political parties made their last ditch effort to woo the voters, on the last day of electioneering.