This web page supplies statistical knowledge on the primary Morrison Ministry, as introduced on August 26, 2018, by the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison.
The 42-member government consists of 23 Cupboard ministers, 7 members of the Outer Ministry, and 12 Assistant Ministers/Parliamentary Secretaries. These numbers haven’t modified from the ultimate Turnbull ministry. The Liberal Social gathering has 33 members (79%) of the chief, while the Nationals have 9 members (21%).
There’s motion in state illustration. Whereas NSW had 13 members beneath Turnbull, it is going to now have 9, while Victoria has 10.
Many members of the Turnbull ministry retain their positions beneath Morrison. Only one cupboard minister, Michael Keenan, has been demoted from cupboard to the outer ministry.
Following the retirement of Overseas Minister Julie Bishop, Morrison has promoted two ladies straight into Cupboard from parliamentary secretary positions. Melissa Worth takes the Setting portfolio, which has been cut up from Power, while Karen Andrews turns into Minister for Business, Science and Know-how. The whole variety of ladies within the ministry has elevated from ten to eleven and the Cupboard from 5 to 6. Ladies comprise 26% of the chief, up from 24%.
Angus Taylor can also be promoted from the outer ministry to take up the Cupboard submit of Power. Paul Fletcher strikes into Cupboard because the Minister for Households and Social Providers.
The Overseas Minister will probably be Senator Marise Payne, who strikes from Defence. Christopher Pyne strikes as much as Defence, while retaining his submit as Chief of the Home.
There isn’t a ministerial place for former prime minister Tony Abbott or for former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce. Joyce is to be a “particular envoy” coping with drought points. Abbott is to have an identical place coping with indigenous points.
Morrison has sacked one member of the outer ministry, Senator Connie Fierravanti-Wells, in addition to two assistant ministers, Michael Sukkar and Senator James McGrath. There are 9 new assistant ministers, together with Sarah Henderson (Corangamite-Vic), Michelle Landry (Capricornia-Qld) and Steve Irons (Swan-WA), all of whom maintain extremely marginal seats.
Former Well being Minister Sussan Ley returns to the chief as a parliamentary secretary. She resigned from the Turnbull ministry in 2017 over journey bills claims. Equally, Stuart Robert, who resigned in 2016 over a breach of ministerial requirements, returns as Assistant Treasurer.
Craig Laundy, the previous Minister for Small and Household Enterprise, the Office and Deregulation, a outstanding help of Malcolm Turnbull, stood down voluntarily from the ministry.
There was a slight ageing of the general ministry from a mean of 49.90 years to 50.28.
- Out of the ministry utterly: Julie Bishop, Keith Pitt, John McVeigh, Craig Laundy, Jane Prentice, Sen. Connie Fierravanti-Wells, Sen. James McGrath, Michael Sukkar, David Gillespie.
- Promoted to Cupboard: Karen Andrews, Paul Fletcher, Melissa Worth, Angus Taylor.
- New Outer Ministry members: Michael Keenan, David Coleman, Alex Hawke, Stuart Robert.
- New Assistant Ministers: Steve Irons, Sussan Ley, Andrew Broad, Scott Buchholz, Sen. David Fawcett, Sen. Linda Reynolds, Sarah Henderson, Michelle Landry, Sen. Richard Colbeck.
The primary desk exhibits the ministry by celebration, age, intercourse, state and parliamentary chamber.
The second desk lists every member of the chief and provides their birthdays, ages, electorates, states, date when first elected to parliament, and portfolio. The lists are ordered by age.
|The First Morrison Ministry – introduced on August 26, 2018|
ASST. MINS (12)
|LIBERAL PARTY||18 = 78%||6 = 86%||24 = 80%||9 = 75%||33 = 79%|
|NATIONALS / CLP||5 = 22%||1 = 14%||6 = 20%||three = 25%||9 = 21%|
|Members in Home||15||7||22||7||29 = 69%|
|Members in Senate||eight||zero||eight||5||13 = 31%|
|MALE||17 = 74%||7 = 100%||24 = 80%||7 = 58%||31 = 74%|
|FEMALE||6 = 26%||zero = zero%||6 = 20%||5 = 42%||11 = 26%|
|New South Wales||5||2||7||2||9 = 21%|
|Victoria||6||2||eight||2||10 = 24%|
|Queensland||5||1||6||2||eight = 19%|
|Western Australia||four||2||6||2||eight = 19%|
|South Australia||2||zero||2||2||four = 10%|
|Tasmania||zero||zero||zero||1||1 = 2%|
|Australian Capital Territory||zero||zero||zero||1||1 = 2%|
|Northern Territory||1||zero||1||zero||1 = 2%|
|Oldest Member||Sen. Nigel Scullion
|Youngest Member||Sen. Matt Canavan
|Sen. Matt Canavan
|Sen. Zed Seselja
|Sen. Matt Canavan
|Members aged in 30s||1||zero||1||zero||1 = 2%|
|Members aged in 40s||10||5||15||2||17 = 40%|
|Members aged in 50s||11||1||12||eight||20 = 48%|
|Members aged in 60s||1||1||2||2||four = 10%|
|The First Morrison Ministry – introduced on August 26, 2018|
|No.||Identify||Intercourse||Date of Start||Age||Seat||State||Get together||Elected||Portfolio|
|1.||Sen. Nigel Scullion||M||04.05.1956||62||–||NT||Nationals||2001||Minister for Indigenous Affairs|
|2.||Karen Andrews||F||23.08.1960||58||McPherson||QLD||Liberal||2010||Minister for Business, Science and Know-how|
|three.||Melissa Worth||F||12.12.1963||54||Durack||WA||Liberal||2013||Minister for the Surroundings|
|four.||Sen. Marise Payne||F||29.07.1964||54||–||NSW||Liberal||1997||Minister for Overseas Affairs|
|5.||Michael McCormack||M||02.08.1964||54||Riverina||NSW||Nationals||2010||Deputy Prime Minister; Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Improvement|
|6.||Paul Fletcher||M||16.01.1965||53||Bradfield||NSW||Liberal||2009||Minister for Households and Social Providers|
|7.||Greg Hunt||M||18.11.1965||52||Flinders||VIC||Liberal||2001||Minister for Well being|
|eight.||Angus Taylor||M||30.09.1966||51||Hume||NSW||Liberal||2013||Minister for Power|
|9.||Sen. Mitch Fifield||M||16.01.1967||51||–||VIC||Liberal||2004||Minister for Communications and the Arts|
|10.||Christopher Pyne||M||13.08.1967||51||Sturt||SA||Liberal||1993||Minister for Defence; Chief of the Home|
|11.||Dan Tehan||M||27.01.1968||50||Wannon||VIC||Liberal||2010||Minister for Schooling|
|12.||Scott Morrison||M||13.05.1968||50||Prepare dinner||NSW||Liberal||2007||Prime Minister|
|13.||Sen. Bridget McKenzie||F||27.12.1969||48||–||VIC||Nationals||2011||Minister for Regional Providers, Sport, Native Authorities and Decentralisation|
|15.||Sen. Michaelia Money||F||19.07.1970||48||–||WA||Liberal||2008||Minister for Small and Household Enterprise, Expertise and Vocational Schooling|
|16.||Sen. Mathias Cormann||M||20.09.1970||47||–||WA||Liberal||2007||Minister for Finance and the Public Service; Vice-President of the Government Council; Chief of the Authorities within the Senate|
|17.||Peter Dutton||M||18.11.1970||47||Dickson||QLD||Liberal||2001||Minister for Residence Affairs|
|19.||Steven Ciobo||M||29.05.1974||44||Moncrieff||QLD||Liberal||2001||Minister for Defence Business|
|20.||Sen. Simon Birmingham||M||14.06.1974||44||–||SA||Liberal||2007||Minister for Commerce, Tourism and Funding|
|21.||David Littleproud||M||04.09.1976||41||Maranoa||QLD||Nationals||2016||Minister for Agriculture and Water Assets|
|22.||Kelly O’Dwyer||F||31.03.1977||41||Higgins||VIC||Liberal||2009||Minister for Jobs, Industrial Relations and Ladies|
|23.||Sen. Matt Canavan||M||17.12.1980||37||–||QLD||Nationals||2014||Minister for Assets and Northern Australia|
|No.||Identify||Intercourse||Date of Delivery||Age||Seat||State||Celebration||Elected||Portfolio|
|1.||Ken Wyatt||M||04.08.1952||66||Hasluck||WA||Liberal||2010||Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care; Minister for Indigenous Well being|
|2.||Darren Chester||M||13.09.1967||50||Gippsland||VIC||Nationals||2008||Minister for Veteran Affairs; Minister for Defence Personnel; Deputy Chief of the Home; Minister Aiding the Prime Minister for the Centenary of ANZAC|
|three.||Stuart Robert||M||11.12.1970||47||Fadden||QLD||Liberal||2007||Assistant Treasurer|
|four.||Alan Tudge||M||24.02.1971||47||Aston||VIC||Liberal||2010||Minister for Cities, City Infrastructure and Inhabitants|
|5.||Michael Keenan||M||19.03.1972||46||Stirling||WA||Liberal||2004||Minister for Human Providers and Digital Transformation|
|6.||David Coleman||M||05.03.1974||44||Banks||NSW||Liberal||2013||Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs|
|7.||Alex Hawke||M||09.07.1977||41||Mitchell||NSW||Liberal||2007||Particular Minister of State|
|ASSISTANT MINISTERS – PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIES|
|No.||Identify||Intercourse||Date of Start||Age||Seat||State||Celebration||Elected||Portfolio|
|1.||Mark Coulton||M||03.02.1958||60||Parkes||NSW||Nationals||2007||Assistant Minister for Commerce, Tourism and Funding|
|2.||Sen. Richard Colbeck||M||05.04.1958||60||–||TAS||Liberal||2002-16
|Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Assets|
|three.||Steve Irons||M||01.09.1958||59||Swan||WA||Liberal||2007||Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister|
|four.||Sussan Ley||F||14.12.1961||56||Farrer||NSW||Liberal||2001||Assistant Minister for Regional Improvement and Territories|
|5.||Michelle Landry||F||15.10.1962||55||Capricornia||QLD||Nationals||2013||Assistant Minister for Youngsters and Households|
|6.||Sen. Anne Ruston||F||10.06.1963||55||–||SA||Liberal||2012||Assistant Minister for Worldwide Improvement and the Pacific|
|7.||Sen. David Fawcett||M||23.10.1963||54||–||SA||Liberal||2004-07
|Assistant Minister for Defence|
|eight.||Sarah Henderson||F||04.04.1964||54||Corangamite||VIC||Liberal||2013||Assistant Minister for Social Providers, Housing and Incapacity Providers|
|9.||Sen. Linda Reynolds||F||16.05.1965||53||–||WA||Liberal||2014||Assistant Minister for House Affairs|
|10.||Scott Buchholz||M||27.03.1968||50||Wright||QLD||Liberal||2010||Assistant Minister for Roads and Transport|
|11.||Andrew Broad||M||02.07.1975||42||Mallee||VIC||Nationals||2013||Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister|
|12.||Sen. Zed Seselja||M||27-03-1977||41||–||ACT||Liberal||2013||Assistant Minister for Treasury and Finance|