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CCTV cross over: Why Julia Gillard decide to call for a leadership challenge?

06-24-2010 13:37 BJT

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Let's cross now to SKY NEWS Australia correspondent Celina Edmonds, who's outside Government House in Canberra. It's where Julia Gillard has just been sworn in as Prime Minister.

Q1: Hi, Celina. We know Kevin Rudd's popularity was sliding in the polls in the lead-up to an election just months away. But, why did Julia Gillard decide to call for a leadership challenge?

Q2: What are the major differences between Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd, in terms of policy and popularity?

Q3: What changes is Julia Gillard expected to bring to Australia and its people?

Q4: Being Australia's first female prime minister, will Julia Gillard bring fresh appeal to the electorate?

Q5: With Kevin Rudd stepping down, what is likely to happen with Australia's attendance at the upcoming the G20 summit in Canada?

Ok, thanks Celina. That's SKY NEWS Australia correspondent Celina Edmonds, outside Government House in Canberra.

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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