A file photo taken in Sydney on August 10, 2010, shows Australia's former prime minister Tony Abbott (R) and Australia'a new treasurer Scott Morrison (L). (AFP PHOTO / FILES / Torsten BLACKWOOD)
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Toppled Australian leader Tony Abbott took potshots at the new government Tuesday, saying it offered no new policies and that the nation should stop swapping prime ministers "like changing clothes".Abbott was ousted by conservative colleague Malcolm Turnbull in a vote among ruling Liberal party lawmakers earlier this month, as opinion polls plunged two years into office and with an election about a year away.Abbott urged the party and voters to stick with the conservative coalition government, even reluctantly, as it prepares for elections in late 2016 .
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