Scott Morrison to become Australia’s next PM, Turnbull vows to resign ‘not before too long’

After the newly elected leader of the Liberal Party Scott Morrison was picked to become Australia’s new prime minister, deposed Malcolm Turnbull noted that he would be leaving politics “not before too long.” Once he resigns, his Sydney mandate would be up for grabs, which could see the ruling coalition lose its one-seat majority in parliament. Morrison emerged victorious in the leadership vote on Friday after a three-way race with former home affairs minister Peter Dutton and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. Turnbull himself had withdrawn his candidacy after having barely survived the previous leadership challenge on Tuesday.

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