Posted July 08, 2020 13:30:47In what could be the most unpredictable election in Australian history, the Federal Government faces a choice between two major parties that are in opposition to each other.
The main parties in each state have their own policies, but there is also a significant number of voters who could be swayed by their preference in a general election.
If Labor wins the federal election, the Coalition will have lost the chance to form government with the support of two-thirds of the voters.
However, Labor will need to find a way to form a government in the Senate in order to pass the budget and pass laws.
The Federal Election Commission has set a deadline of August 8 to announce who will be running in the election.
However, the election is being set up to be close.
With the polls closing on Sunday, Labor is likely to win the election, but it is likely that the Government will lose.
This could have a major impact on the budget.
There is a large number of undecided voters who are leaning towards Labor, and it could be a long-term challenge for Labor to make good on its election promise of reducing the budget deficit.
The ABC’s Michelle Smith reports.
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