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this was six years ago when Tony Abbott was elected prime minister the former amateur boxer and journalists he had won by a landslide was trumpeted as a local boy taking Australia's top job , yeah thanks for two today you will be conservative is facing a shift in the political tide is destroyed the level party and it's basically time for a change climate change same sex marriage equality for women these are some of the key issues for voters in ring up for abit still holds the federal seat issues they say he hasn't seemed to care about during his twenty five years in office he has %HESITATION sign up to the Paris accord he backed click on that he's back again and we can't leave something so important in his hands so many of them are prepared to vote against him the Federal Election this week it's a window into a bigger shift across Australia beyond ringa there's been a movement building against the government's hard right edge recall is champions climate change is questioned and refugee detention policies are plotted all that might mean a defeat for Scott Morrison's Liberal Party on Saturday unless you can come up with some policy changes fast we're asking strategies for your support next Saturday , divide liberal and divide nationals what will go the same populist wave that swept through the US and Europe was on the verge of taking Australia to bite the moderates have fought back and opinion polls have consistently shown Morrison's likely to lose he's up against the more center left leaning labor party led by bill shorten though more recent number show the race is tightening its left the Liberal Party scrambling to secure seats that used to be safe the candidates are running against rivals for more focused on climate change up against abit is all the struggle she's an independent and a bronze medalist for all planes skiing at the nineteen ninety eight winter Olympics look at the end of the day I'm giving the Electra the trucks and they can choose to stay with the same thing that had to twenty five years or you can go into a new era %HESITATION and having you voice she's campaign for more renewable energy use and same sex marriage in contrast Tony Abbott has called for Australia to abandon its climate change pledges including the Paris accord which the country signed up for during his term in office Australians will head to the polls on Saturday may eighteenth