Anthony Albany of the Labor Party is set to become the new Prime Minister of Australia after defeating Prime Minister Scott Morrison in an election.
Australia held elections for the 151-seat Parliament. The ruling Liberal National Alliance, led by Scar Morrison, won only 51 seats. The opposition Labor Party won 72 seats. 15 seats still remain in drag. Independents and smaller parties have captured some of the seats in the single digits.
With only 76 seats needed to rule, there is a chance that the opposition Labor Party will rule if it wins four more seats. Anthony Albany is expected to become prime minister if the party rules. This makes Anthony the 31st person to become the Prime Minister of Australia.
Raised by a single parent, Anthony Albanish is set to reach the pinnacle of his term as prime minister after 26 years as a member of parliament. It is noteworthy that in recent times there have been more and more protests in Australia regarding climate change and environmental impacts.