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ENG: Anthony Norman Albanese (born 2 March 1963) is an Australian politician who is the current Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and the Deputy Leader of the Labor Party. He is also the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and the Leader of the House of Representatives. He has represented Grayndler in the Australian House of Representatives since 1996. Albanese has been described as "Labor's Parliamentary go-to man, a bloke with willingness and enthusiasm for fronting up – whether at the Dispatch Box, to protesters or even in backing a losing leadership candidate". Political career When Jeannette McHugh announced she wouldn't recontest her seat of Grayndler at the 1996 election, Albanese won ...
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Anthony Albanese - Sunday Profile

It's almost three weeks since Anthony Albanese became deputy Prime Minister of the country as well as taking on the challenging portfolio of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy. It's been a steady political rise for Albanese who grew up in a housing commission flat with a single mum . He said, "It does say a lot about the opportunities in this nation that a kid with that background could be elected to be deputy Prime Minister of the nation." Why did he choose a career in politics? And how is he managing the extra workload? July 12, 2013 Source: ...

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