Australia's conservative opposition leader Tony Abbott, frontrunner to become prime minister in upcoming polls, urged voters Sunday to dump the Labor government which he described as the worst in the nation's history.
Australian Opposition Leader Tony Abbott speaks at a Liberal party election campaign meeting in Brisbane on August 25, 2013. Abbott, frontrunner to become prime minister in upcoming polls, Sunday urged voters to dump the Labor government he said was the worst in the nation's history.
Opinion polls suggest Abbott is on course for victory against Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in the September 7 elections, and at his Liberal Party's major rally in Brisbane, he called on voters to give him a chance.
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