Australia PM pledges to secure policies in 2nd year

By REUTERS
June 24, 2011 11:16

CANBERRA - A defiant Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Friday pledged to push through key policies over the next six months win back popular support, a day after a major policy victory over a national broadband network.

After a year in power, Gillard's popular support is at record lows as she tries to secure support for two more key policies -- a carbon price and a mining tax.


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