Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks during a media conference announcing new anti-terrorism laws in Sydney, Australia, July 25, 2016. AAP/Dan Himbrechts/via REUTERS.
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Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and maverick nationalist politician Pauline Hanson faced questions about their leadership on Monday after their parties suffered a resounding defeat in a state election at the weekend.In what appeared to be a political own goal, both the Liberals and Hanson's One Nation suffered after their Western Australia state branches agreed to share preference votes under Australia's complicated preferential voting system.Hanson said her party had been dragged down by the Liberals.The road ahead is no easier for Turnbull, whose party faces another stiff state election test in northern Queensland within the next 12 months.
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