Australia elections: Cost of living in focus as race reaches final stretch • FRANCE 24 English

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More than 17 million Australians are registered to vote in an election that could bring an end to decades of stalling on climate change and a less pugilistic style of leadership.

France 24 correspondent Richelle Harrison Pleasse tells us more.

#Australia #ClimateChange #Elections

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