Election 2022 will result in Australians choosing a minority ALP Government.
Many Independents will be elected and the Greens will enhance their numbers.
ALP will win some seats and lose others, leaving them short of a majority.
The cross bench will guarantee supply and undertake not to move motions of no confidence, while honouring key ALP Election commitments & requesting that legislation be passed that implement their own commitments in vital areas such as climate, housing, health, longevity, culture etc.
It will create a long overdue and stable government that achieves progress and prosperity with justice and compassion.
The Coalition will be decimated and divided and in need of total reform as they have self destructed.
The remnants of the Liberal Party will break up, with the Pentecostals separating from the Moderates. The National Party, having lost seats, will have a bitter leadership turmoil. Their extreme right will join with the Pentecostals.
The Palmer and Hanson parties will be reduced to insignificance.
The ALP will be forced to reform itself after two failed campaigns under Shorten and Albanese but they should be able to achieve it without internal blood letting if they have the will to do so.
The Greens have enjoyed a significant resurgence due to their powerful climate change policy which has hugely appealed to Under 30 voters. They have a real chance to win 3 new seats in Brisbane ( Ryan, Griffith and Brisbane), plus Richmond in NSW and Macnamara in Victoria while holding Adam Bandt’s seat of Melbourne.
Independents will deliver a killer blow to the major parties which is why I am personally working hard as a volunteer on the campaign for my friends – Suzie Holt in Groom (Toowoomba) and Kate Hook in Calare (Orange/Bathurst) who are non-political independents of genuine quality.
Tracking this across the continent, the Liberals will lose these seats to them –
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