As government looks to 'three-sector solutions' to tackle wicked problems in public policy, two of those sectors know well the need for change. Not-fo
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Home Portfolio Communications & Technology Malcolm Turnbull becomes 29th Prime Minister, frontbench sweep imminent
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Tony Abbott has lost the leadership of the Liberal Party and prime ministership after less than two years in office.
His rival, Malcolm Turnbull’s successful bid for the top political job, 54-44 over Abbott, has opened the door to expected sweeping changes to the frontbench, if not a sweep of old policies.
Communication strategy and three-word slogans were felling the government, the former communications minister declared on announcing his bid only a few hours earlier: “We need to respect the intelligence of the Australian people.”
At a press conference with re-endorsed Liberal deputy leader Julie Bishop, Turnbull reiterated his push for focus on selling the economic policies of the government, including the China Free Trade Agreement. His government will continue to pursue a market-based approach to becoming a nation that is agile, innovative and creative:
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Tags : Malcolm Turnbull, Tony Abbott, Prime Minister, Liberal Party of Australia