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Voting in Australia’s general election ended on Saturday with early returns showing both Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s conservative coalition and the Labor opposition losing ground to smaller parties and climate-focused independents

The struggles of the two major parties, amid growing voter dissatisfaction over policies, candidate selection and integrity, raised the prospect of a hung parliament and a period of uncertainty while a record number of postal votes are counted.

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