Scott Morrison has sworn to make Australia "even bigger," but acknowledged that the country was disgusted by the antics and self-interest of federal politicians.
On his third day on the job – and with the make-up of his cabinet still unclear – the new prime minister went on Australia's All-program with Australia's Ian "Macca" McNamara to repeat the drought that is currently paralyzing rural Australia would be a key priority for his government.
"That was really the problem. I have to get to the summit right away," he said.
On Monday, Morrison will join the new Drought Drought Major, Major General Stephen Day, on a visit to the drought-stricken regions of Queensland to talk to people (19659002) "We make the listening necessary is to plan and act then, "said Morrison.
"At the moment we are rolling out many things, but it needs to be coordinated and get where people need it."
Morrison met with Day and with the Deputy Prime Minister – and the leader of the national team – Michael McCormack on Saturday in Canberra. He will meet officials in Canberra on Sunday and hold cabinet meetings.
Morrison admitted that the Liberal Party's civil war of recent weeks and months has alienated many voters.
"Many people would have been absolutely disgusted by it," he said. Approaching will be one of his first tasks, saying he wants to heal divisions within the party and put the government back on its agenda.
"We are a great country, people will return to where they are to have their heads where they should have their heads."
"That's where I'll get their heads so we can move forward and The make-up of the Morrison Cabinet remains unclear.
There are some suggestions he will name his new front bench on Sunday afternoon, but the long-time foreign minister Julie Bishop – who was an inferior candidate for the leadership – is still thinking about whether she wants it
There was speculation that she would announce that she would go to the back seat and not contest the next election.
The former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said he would retire from politics after losing the lead. Prime ministers are best outside of parliament "- but he was concerned about the timing of the game transparent and insisted that it will only be "not too long".
Already, there is speculation about candidates running into his blue Riband Liberal headquarters of Wentworth – in Sydney's eastern suburbs and on the beaches – including the sister of former Prime Minister (and Turnbull's nemesis) Tony Abbott, Christine Foster and the Independent NSW Upper House member Alex Greenwich, who led the successful equality campaign last year.
Liberals expect to hold Wentworth, but a by-election in the seat would jeopardize the single-floor majority of the government on the floor of the House of Representatives, possibly forcing the government into an early election.