Scott Morrison sworn-in as new Prime Minister of Australia
Scott Morrison has been sworn-in as new Prime Minister of Australia, after retaining the position in the 2019 general election. Along with Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, Mr. Morrison was sworn in by Queen Elizabeth’s official representative , Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove, at a ceremony in the capital, Canberra. Mr. Morrison became Australia’s 30th Prime Minister through an internal party vote in August 2018 in which he replaced Malcolm Turnbull as chief of the ruling Liberal Party. The 46th Parliament of Australia is expected to open in the first week of July.
Topics: 45th Parliament of Australia • Abbott Government • Government of Australia • Liberal Party of Australia • Malcolm Turnbull • Members of the Australian House of Representatives • Michael McCormack • Morrison Government • Peter Cosgrove • Prime Ministers of Australia • Scott Morrison • Turnbull Government