Australian Greens Front Bench

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A select number of members of the Australian Greens serve as official spokespersons for the party both inside and outside of Parliament on various issues, each member being assigned portfolios for their speaking duties. This allows the Greens to shadow government policies and actions from the party perspective.[1]

List[edit]

Spokesperson Portfolio
Christine Milne
  • Leader
  • Arts
  • Climate change
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Prime Minister & Cabinet
  • Treasury
Adam Bandt
  • Deputy leader
  • Employment & Workplace Relations
  • Finance
  • Innovation, Industry & Science
Rachel Siewert
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Issues
  • Agriculture & Rural Affairs
  • Family, Ageing, Community & Disability Services
  • Marine
Richard Di Natale
  • Health
  • Multiculturalism
  • Sport
Scott Ludlam
  • Broadband, Communications & the Digital Economy
  • Defence
  • Housing & Sustainable Cities
  • Nuclear
Sarah Hanson-Young
  • Early Childhood Education & Care
  • Immigration & Citizenship
  • LGBTI & Marriage Equality
Penny Wright
  • Attorney General
  • Mental Health
  • Schools
Larissa Waters
  • Environment & Biodiversity
  • Resources, Mining and CSG
  • Women
Lee Rhiannon
  • Animal Welfare
  • Democracy & Local Government
  • Higher Education
  • International Aid & Development
  • Water & Murray Darling Basin
Peter Whish-Wilson
  • Competition Policy, Small Business & Consumer Affairs
  • Fisheries, Marine (Tasmania) & Whaling
  • Trade
  • Veterans Affairs
Janet Rice
  • Forests
  • Tourism
  • Transport & Infrastructure

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Portfolios". The Australian Greens. Retrieved 7 July 2014. 

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