Canberra: After the forced resignation of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the ruling party elected Scott Morsin as the new prime minister.
During the last few years in Australia, due to political instability, new prime minister did not fulfill his 3-year constitutional period, and Malcolm Turnbull was the fourth Prime Minister of Australia during ten years, who has been removed from his colleagues.
The Prime Minister was awarded the Finance Minister Scott Morrison and former cabinet minister Peter Dutton, and the new Prime Minister was selected by the International Polling. Through the Secret Opinion, 45 members of the parliament for the new prime minister voted for Scott Morrison, while 40 votes Peter Dutton received the announcement of the success of Morsin.
Remember that there were serious differences between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and some members regarding the Energy Policy in the ruling Liberal Party.
Turning out his resignation, Turnbull said that he would prefer his resignation for the Prime Minister’s reign and he does not want to stay in politics. Turning the bill back after the resignation, strongly condemned his anti-campaign campaign against his opponents Peter Dutton’s supporters and said that many Australians did not believe what he was doing.