Going, going, Greens 21/10/2012
And so the rot continues with the most left of Australian governments folding under the forces of rationale and responsibility.
TRIUMPHANT Liberal leader Zed Seselja says ACT voters have rejected a Labor-Greens alliance in the territory election.
But he’s stopped short of claiming victory, with the opposition falling one seat short of majority government in the 17-seat legislative assembly.
It will take days of negotiation with the Greens before a new minority government can be formed in the territory.
The Liberals, on the back of their biggest-ever primary vote, are on track to take eight seats to Labor’s seven giving them their highest representation in the 23-year history of self-government.
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