Australia's Left Is Back in Power. Here's What That Means for Israel

Sunday’s election brought the Labor Party, led by Anthony Albanese, back to power for the first time since 2013. The new prime minister vows to support Israel, but his potential coalition partners aren't on the same page

Gabrielle Briner
Gabrielle Briner
Melbourne
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Gabrielle Briner
Gabrielle Briner
Melbourne

MELBOURNE – The election of a new left-wing government in Australia, after nine years of right-wing rule, has left many in the Jewish community wondering what impact it will have on the country’s support for Israel.

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