Aussies put out their potatoes for Peter Dutton after failed leadership challenge

Aussies put out their potatoes for Peter Dutton after failed leadership challenge

Aussies put out their potatoes for Peter Dutton after failed leadership challenge

On Monday Turnbull had declared he had Dutton's "full support".

It's not his fault - he has spent his parliamentary career, all 17 years of it, doing the kinds of jobs that are hard to leverage into popularity, in the traditional, getting-people-to-like-you sense.

Dutton, the minister in charge of the country's intelligence agencies and its notoriously harsh immigration and refugee programs, stood as candidate against him.

Like Kevin Rudd and Paul Keating, Peter Dutton by convention will need to resign from cabinet and move to the backbench as he garners conservative support within the Liberal Party for a second challenge.

Mr Turnbull's risky move may have backfired as it exposes the weakness of his position and the size of the split between the two factions of the Liberal Party.

Australian politics has developed a reputation for instability.

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Mr. Frydenberg said voters were exhausted of governments repeatedly changing their prime ministers.

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has fronted media after surviving a leadership challenge and so has the man he defeated, Peter Dutton.

"We are not going to propose legislation purely for the goal of it being defeated", he said.

Cabinet minister Christopher Pyne said earlier Mr Dutton had told him the prime minister has his absolute support.

The prime minister declared the leadership vacant after entering the party room with his deputy Julie Bishop shortly after 9am on Tuesday morning.

Similar to 2015 when #PutOutYourOnions began to trend after Tony Abbott was challenged by Mr Turnbull, Mr Dutton now has his own tribute - PutOutYourPotatoes.

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Turnbull threw all leadership positions in the Liberal Party open early Tuesday, inviting challengers to nominate themselves for party leader.

Mr Turnbull's original energy policy, which was trying to deliver cheaper energy, more reliability and lower emissions, enjoyed broad support - even in his party room.

Despite Mr Turnbull's capitulation to energy policy rebels in his ranks, the expectation his leadership is under threat has grown.

The PM won the vote 48-35, from 86 members of the Liberal partyroom.

Disquiet with Turnbull has been building in recent months, with the government trailing Labor in 38 consecutive opinion polls. Australians are due to hold a general election early next year.

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