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Australia’s Nationalist Party Sputters in State Race

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The rapid resurgence of nationalist politics in Australia was abruptly halted Saturday after Pauline Hanson’s One Nation party drew less than 5 percent of the vote and was set to win one seat in a state poll.

The election in mineral-rich Western Australia was won convincingly by the center-left Labor party, leaving Hanson’s right wing, anti-immigration party trailing far behind.

The vote was the first major test of popularity for Hanson since winning a place in the federal parliament...

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