Julian Assange lost elections in Australia
Hacker Julian Assange refugee in the Embassy of Ecuador in London not pulled enough votes and not reached the seat, and not fulfilled his aspiration and thereby a solution to his situation of confinement in London.
The results of yesterday will allow that the conservative opposition led by Tony Abbott will return to the Government of Australia after defeating the labour party in general elections widely.
The Conservatives will get at least 88 seats of 150 in the lower House, which exceed the 76 seats needed to form a Government alone, while the Labour Party are left with around 56 legislators.
With these results it disappeared the dream of Julian Assange, the creator of WikiLeaks, of entering his country’s Parliament.
Assange remains sheltered in the Embassy of Ecuador in London from June 2012 to avoid being extradited to Sweden, where he is accused of alleged sexual offenses which he says is a ploy to send him to the United States.
The electoral defeat puts an end to six years of rule by the Labor Party that kept Australia from the global financial crisis, but disappointed the public by the internal struggles that marred its management.