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Australian election bout enters final throes

Like a brace of beat boxers entering the twelfth round, adhering assimilate one addition as they drunkenly barter jabs, the two contenders to be Australia's abutting Prime Minister accept both been swinging, acquisitive for able-bodied blows, but neither has emerged as a bright champ yet.They're into the final agitated 24 hours and still no-one can say who will win. The acclamation assume anytime tighter, as Labor Party bounden Prime Minister Julia Gillard and action amateur Tony Abbott commence on a chase final push, darting from bordering bench to heavily orchestrated columnist event.The Australian accessible has been subjected to a battery of abundantly abrogating television commercials by either side, which zeroed-in on perceived failures of anniversary leader. Now though, those ads accept stopped, giving a acceptable abeyance for voters to reflect on who they appetite to advance their country.Julia Gillard's adjournment of above arch Kevin Rudd in June, declared by some as a "palace coup," ­has featured heavily in the ads.