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Abbott’s supporters could not be persuaded to leave Australia before the election. In September 2013, Tony Abbott visited one of his Melbourne offices and found a crowd of Labor supporters in front of him. He called them ‘Labor bums’ because they were so divided. Labor’s polling results showed they would lose the election, so Abbott said that was a great victory, but he did not want to leave this country. “Labor’s message for this election and the next is simple and simple. They will do a very good job of defending their government. They will do a바카라 very good job of winning this election,” Abbott said on September 27, 2013, after the poll showed Labor trailing the Coalition in four states with 11 seats.
Abbott was still adamant he would stay as premier for “a generation” but was asked to leave after Labor leader Bill Shorten said the Liberal Party was ‘not capable of winning’ a parliamentary election in a conservative state. Abbott had said previously that he would quit. In 2015 he said he would stand again for Parliament and in September 2016 he said he was standing again and he would lead the campaign for a majority in the Queensland Parliament. Abbott has been accused of having the opposite style of campaigning that former Labor leaders Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd use