What is the name of the President of Australia?


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asked Feb 15, 2011 in World Questions by anonymous
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Australia basically does not have a President within the ambit of its political system.  Australia has a Prime Minister. The closest figurative head holding a position akin to that of the President is the monarch of U.K. whose representative in Australia is the governor-general.
answered Feb 15, 2011 by nicesur Moderator (112,050 points)

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