PM-elect Albanese vows to repair Australia's image overseas

Leader of the Australian Labor Party Anthony Albanese (centre) meets with Labor candidate for Reid, Sally Sitou (right) and supporters after winning the general election at Marrickville Library and Pavilion in Sydney on Sunday (May 22, 2022). - AFP

SYDNEY, May 22, 2022 (AFP): Incoming prime minister Anthony Albanese vowed to end Australia's reputation as a climate laggard and reset relations with the rest of the world Sunday, as he raced to form a government in time for a key Tokyo summit.

Fresh from an electoral victory that ended a decade of conservative rule, Albanese signalled an era of fairer, greener and less pugilistic politics for Australia.

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