July 6th, 2016
Episode 68 of 98 episodes
On Wednesday's edition of The World Today: the Prime Minister is expressing contrition, and talking about the lessons from the Coalition's poor election result while his Treasurer is sounding more defensive; some software engineers say the long and labour-intensive vote count could be avoided if Australia adopted electronic voting; and New South Wales Premier Mike Baird has also spoken out, using the end of Islam's holiest month to say that racism has no place in Australia.
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