MP3: Kevin Rudd faces huge task of filling gaping holes in his Cabinet

26.06.2013

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Kevin Rudd faces huge task of filling gaping holes in his Cabinet MP3

Yesterday will go down in history books as a remarkable day in Australian politics. The country's first female prime minister was removed by Caucus, triggering the resignation of seven ministers. Last night's events were set in motion when the Prime Minister called on a Caucus vote, believing a petition was being circulated that would have forced a vote anyway. Kevin Rudd is due to be sworn in as prime minister later... Source: abc.net.au

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