Baillieu Ministry

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The Baillieu Ministry is the 67th ministry of the Government of Victoria. It was led by the Premier of Victoria, Ted Baillieu, and Deputy Premier, Peter Ryan. It succeeded the Brumby Ministry on 2 December 2010, following the defeat of the Labor government at the 2010 state election.

On 6 March 2013, Baillieu resigned as Liberal leader and therefore as Premier. Denis Napthine was voted the new leader of the party.[1]

Blue entries indicate members of the Liberal Party, while green entries indicate members of the National Party.

Portfolios[edit]

Office Minister

Premier
Minister for the Arts

The Hon Ted Baillieu MP

Deputy Premier
Minister for Police and Emergency Services
Minister for Rural and Regional Development
Minister for Bushfire Response

The Hon Peter Ryan, MP

Treasurer

The Hon Kim Wells, MP

Minister for Tourism and Major Events
Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business

The Hon Louise Asher, MP

Attorney-General
Minister for Finance

The Hon Robert Clark, MP

Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations
Minister for Manufacturing, Exports and Trade

The Hon Richard Dalla-Riva, MLC

Minister for Health
Minister for Ageing

The Hon David Davis, MLC

Minister for Sport and Recreation
Minister for Veterans' Affairs

The Hon Hugh Delahunty, MP

Minister for Education

The Hon Martin Dixon, MP

Minister for Planning

The Hon Matthew Guy, MLC

Minister for Higher Education and Skills
Minister Responsible for the Teaching Profession

The Hon Peter Hall, MLC

Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship

The Hon Nicholas Kotsiras, MLC

Minister for Housing
Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development

The Hon Wendy Lovell, MLC

Minister for Corrections
Minister for Crime Prevention
Minister responsible for the establishment of an anti-corruption commission

The Hon Andrew McIntosh, MP

Minister for Roads
Minister for Public Transport

The Hon Terry Mulder, MP

Minister for Ports
Minister for Regional Cities
Minister for Racing
Minister for Major Projects

The Hon Denis Napthine, MP

Minister for Gaming
Minister for Consumer Affairs
Minister for Energy and Resources

The Hon Michael O'Brien, MP

Minister for Local Government
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

The Hon Jeanette Powell, MP

Assistant Treasurer
Minister for Technology
Minister responsible for the Aviation Industry

The Hon Gordon Rich-Phillips, MLC

Minister for Environment and Climate Change
Minister for Youth Affairs

The Hon Ryan Smith, MP

Minister for Agriculture and Food Security
Minister for Water

The Hon Peter Walsh, MP

Minister for Mental Health
Minister for Women's Affairs
Minister for Community Services

The Hon Mary Wooldridge, MP

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Baillieu stands down as Victorian Premier". ABC News. 6 March 2013. Retrieved 6 March 2013. 

External links[edit]

Parliament of Victoria
Preceded by
Brumby Ministry
Baillieu Ministry
2010–2013
Succeeded by
Napthine Ministry