A Woman at the Top

We approach a momentous time in the history of the Australian nation. The recent election swept the Labor party into office, and with it came a new Prime Minister in the shape of Kevin Rudd and a new Deputy Prime Minister in the form of Julia Gillard (wonder twin powers?).

Now, despite the similarities of policy, the differences between the parties will largely be in the form of action and deed. This is where the Australian people will feel the difference between the two sides of politics — where policy meets people. And today is a great example.

From around midday, for the first time in since federation, Australia will have a woman leading the country. Julia Gillard will take over from Kevin Rudd as Acting Prime Minister while Kev07 starts working on the global Kev08 agenda (in Bali to talk Kyoto Protocol).

Now that is what I call a climate change. Let’s hope it is the first of many!

2 thoughts on “A Woman at the Top

  1. Isn’t it nice to put a positive spin on “climate change” for once? Very exciting times.
    It feel very strange to feel optimism about Australia’s political future, but I’m loving it 🙂

  2. It’ll be exciting to see how this plays out, Gavin. We need diversity in leadership since more comes from it than sticking with “same old.”

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