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The Prime Minister Kevin Rudd could announce his reshuffled ministry as early as today, with the cabinet expected to be sworn in on Monday. Its first priorities will be to discuss carbon pricing and asylum seekers. The Senate will hold the final scheduled sitting of the 43rd Parliament today. Source: abc.net.au

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