Pauline Hanson: Anti-immigration politician wins 4 Senate seats

Pauline Hanson standing in front of Parliament House in Canberra

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Pauline Hanson standing in entrance of Parliament Home in Canberra

Australia’s prime minister should negotiate with 11 crossbenchers to cross legal guidelines via the nation’s higher home.

The Australian Electoral Fee introduced the ultimate Senate outcomes for all states and territories on Thursday.

To safe the 39 votes it must cross legal guidelines, the ruling conservative coalition wants help from the crossbench.

This consists of 4 far-right One Nation senators and three from the anti-gambling, pro-protectionist Nick Xenophon Staff.

The higher home additionally consists of independents Jacqui Lambie and Derryn Hinch, conservative Household First Senator Bob Day and libertarian David Leyonhjelm.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull declared victory within the decrease home on 10 July after the opposition Labor Occasion conceded defeat.

A robust swing towards the federal government on the intently fought election left doubts about its agenda and Mr Turnbull’s management.

Senate votes sometimes take a number of weeks to rely – particularly the place the outcomes are extraordinarily shut – as a result of postal votes can take as much as 13 days to reach.

Opposition Chief Invoice Shorten attributed the election of Ms Hanson and her colleagues to voting reforms and the prime minister’s resolution to name a double dissolution.

“The presence in such numbers of One Nation within the Senate is a direct results of Mr Turnbull and Mr Di Natale’s motion when it comes to their so-called electoral reform,” Mr Shorten mentioned.