Malcolm Turnbull Current Affairs, GK & News
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 ..
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
Michael McCormack has been elected as the new Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, after being selected as the leader of the country’s National Party. McCormack succeeded former Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce who was forced to resign last week amid public anger over an extramarital affair with his former press secretary. The leader of the ..
Topics: Abbott Government • Barnaby Joyce • Deputy prime minister • Deputy Prime Minister of Australia • Government of Australia • Liberal Party of Australia • Malcolm Turnbull • Members of the Australian House of Representatives • Michael McCormack • National Party of Australia • Politics of Australia • Turnbull Government
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull has clarified his stance on refugees i.e. 1200 asylum seekers being held in prisons on Papua New Guinea and Island of Nauru in Pacific. He stated that they will be sent to US only after inauguration of Donald Trump in January. The refugees were to go to US as per a ..
Topics: Abbott Government • Asylum in Australia • Australia • Australian immigration detention facilities • Countries • Government of Australia • Immigration to Australia • Malcolm Turnbull • Nauru • Turnbull Government
Malcolm Turnbull was sworn as Prime Minister of Australia for second term after a narrow victory in the federal election. He became the 29th Prime Minister of the country. He was administered oath to the office by Governor-General Peter Cosgrove, Queen Elizabeth II’s representative in Australia. Background In the 2016 Australian federal election, Liberal/National Coalition ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2016
Malcolm Turnbull has sworn-in as Australia’s new Prime Minister. He became the 29th Prime Minister of the country and was administered oath to the office by Governor-General Peter Cosgrove. Turnbull succeeded Tony Abbott after defeating him in internal party leadership ballot of the ruling centre-right Liberal Party. About Malcolm Turnbull Prior to entering politics, Malcolm ..
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was ousted from power as leader of the ruling centre-right Liberal Party by challenger Malcolm Turnbull. In an internal party leadership ballot, Abbott received 44 votes while Turnbull received 54 votes. Prior to challenging the leadership of Tony Abbott, Turnbull had resigned from the cabinet. He had blamed the Prime ..