Australia PM poised for first cabinet reshuffle

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December 12, 2011 00:42

 
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CANBERRA - Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard is expected to unveil changes to her frontbench on Monday, focusing the government on jobs and labor relations as she tries to reverse plummeting voter support ahead of elections in two years time.

In the first recasting of ruling Labor's cabinet since elections last year ushered in the first minority government in decades, Gillard will promote junior minister Bill Shorten to a new super ministry for jobs, prosperity and industrial relations, the Herald Sun newspaper said.

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