Election has exposed a growing challenge to the two-party system | 7.30

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The 2022 federal election has exposed a growing challenge to the two-party system that’s dominated federal politics in Australia for so long. The message from the public on Saturday night was: we want change. 7.30’s chief political correspondent Laura Tingle reports.

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