Oct 21, 2013

The Power 50 for 2013: Bernard Keane on the most powerful in politics

There is a new political power structure in Australia. Prime Minister Tony Abbott heads Crikey's 2013 list of Australia's most powerful 50 people, but there are some surprising movers and shakers on there too. The Power Index goes live today.

Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor

The 2013 election has established a new political power structure in Australia, and not just with the arrival of the Coalition in power.


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6 thoughts on “The Power 50 for 2013: Bernard Keane on the most powerful in politics

  1. Noel Plummer

    How do I see the remaining people on the Power 50 list?

  2. bushby jane

    All the people listed in your article are really scary!

  3. PaulM

    Why is there an American citizen at number 6?

  4. prembrowne

    Why do I suddenly feel like buying fourteen Volvo S60s after subjecting myself to that list? There’s such a thing as overkill, guys…

  5. klewso

    Nice to see Rupert still hanging in there in the Top 10, per the auspices of his market share of the news medium occupied by his “Limited News Conservative PR Management Ink;” company, “pissing in our pockets” for votes, in the interests of his personal political opinion?

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