Originally published in The Sydney Morning Herald on August 24, 2010

The most boring election campaign in living memory has delivered the most interesting election result since World War II. While the major parties, and many of the commentators, are struggling to figure out what it all means, the result is actually quite simple to interpret. Australia’s voters do not think that either the ALP or the Coalition deserved a mandate to form a government in their own right.

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