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30.06.2013

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Labor closing the gap on Coalition with Rudd at helm and new cabinet set to be sworn in MP3

The Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has been given a boost in the latest opinion polls as he prepares to announce his ministerial line-up. Labor received a six point jump in its primary vote. The Foreign Minister Bob Carr has been in Indonesia over the weekend to lay the ground-work for the annual bilateral talks in Jakarta that Prime Minister Rudd will attend later this week. Source: abc.net.au

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