Kevin Rudd become new Australian Prime Minister

Kevin Rudd become new Australian Prime Minister on 27th June 2013 by replacing Julia Gillard as Labor Chief in Ballot. He was sworn at Government House in Canberra by Governor General Quentin Bryce.

Kevin Rudd’s Political career- A brief

He is sworn as 27th Australian Prime Minister, as well as leader of Labor Party.

Earlier he held the position of Prime Minister from 2007- 2010 and Labor Leader from 2006- 2010.

He was first elected to the House of Representatives for Griffith at the 1998 federal election, joining the Shadow Cabinet in 2001 as Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs.

Become leader of Labor Party in 2006 by successfully challenging Kim Beazley.

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