Australia PM urged to quit after failing to seal emphatic vote win

Australian Labor leader Bill Shorten (L) has called Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (R) the 'David Cameron of the southern hemisphere'Australia’s opposition Labor Party urged Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to resign Monday, calling him the “David Cameron of the southern hemisphere” after he failed to secure an emphatic election victory. Millionaire former banker Turnbull took the country to the ballot boxes on Saturday, but his Liberal/National coalition has so far failed to win enough seats to form a government. Labor leader Bill Shorten, whose party appears to have gained seats in the 150-member House of Representatives but also fallen short of the 76 needed to govern, said Turnbull had to go.

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