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It could all be over in a fortnight if the caucus unites behind one nomination (meaning no rank and file ballot would be required) and the most likely scenario here is for Shorten to be backed as leader and Albanese as his deputy. Other contenders could include Chris Bowen, Plibersek, Mark Butler and Jason Clare. Albanese is a proven performer in Parliament who is popular with his colleagues. Shorten has antagonised some by his role in the Gillard-Rudd leadership changes and in recent preselections in Victoria, but he is a man of policy substance who was the original (and lonely) champion of a national disability insurance scheme. Paul Keating's presence at his campaign launch was a sign that he is held in high regard. ''Bill Shorten is the person the Labor Party needs to build its future around,'' says veteran Victorian MP Anthony Byrne. ''He has the breadth of experience, empathy and is a once-in-a-generation cut-through politician.'' While there is an argument for having a contest and involving the rank and file in a vote for a new leader to showcase the party reforms, the greater imperative is for the caucus to demonstrate that it understands the lessons of this defeat and coalesce around a consensus candidate. The need to get it right is reinforced by the new rule that it would take a petition signed by 60 per cent of the caucus to bring on a challenge if things turn sour. Three other priorities are clear if Labor is to be a viable choice in three years, but each of them stems from the choice of who is placed in charge. The first is to be as effective in opposition as Tony Abbott and the Coalition were over the past four years, and here the indications are that no quarter will be given on the commitment to pricing carbon, or on anything else. ''Tony has earned no goodwill from the Labor Party - and it will return no goodwill to him,'' is how one well-placed source expressed it . 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