Frontbench team of David Shearer

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David Shearer's first Shadow Ministry was announced in December 2011 following the New Zealand general election, 2011 and Shearer's own election to the Labour leadership;[1] on 25 February 2013 Shearer announced his first major portfolio reshuffle.[2] Additional portfolios were adjusted in June 2013 after the death of sitting MP and Maori Affairs spokesperson Parekura Horomia.[3][4]

Rank Shadow Minister Portfolio
1 David Shearer Leader of the Opposition
Spokesperson for the Security Intelligence Service
Spokesperson for Science & Innovation
2 Grant Robertson Deputy Leader
Spokesperson on Employment
Spokesperson for Arts, Culture & Heritage
3 David Parker Finance Spokesperson
Shadow Attorney-General
4 Jacinda Ardern Spokesperson for Social Development
Spokesperson for Children
Associate Spokesperson for Arts, Culture & Heritage
5 Clayton Cosgrove Spokesperson for State-Owned Enterprises
Spokesperson for Commerce
Spokesperson for Trade Negotiations
Associate Finance Spokesperson
6 Annette King Spokesperson for Health
7 Shane Jones Spokesperson for Māori Affairs
Spokesperson for Regional Development
Spokesperson for Forestry
Associate Finance Spokesperson
8 Phil Twyford Spokesperson for Housing
Spokesperson for Auckland Issues
Associate Spokesperson for the Environment
9 Maryan Street Spokesperson for the Environment
Spokesperson for Disarmament & Arms Control
Associate Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs
10 Chris Hipkins Chief Whip
Spokesperson for Education
11 Nanaia Mahuta Spokesperson for Youth Affairs
Spokesperson on Maori Development
Associate Spokesperson for Education (Maori)
12 David Clark Spokesperson for Economic Development
Spokesperson for Small Business
13 Sue Moroney Spokesperson for ACC
Spokesperson for Early Childhood Education
Spokesperson for Women's Affairs
14 Su'a William Sio Spokesperson for Local Government
Spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs
Spokesperson on Interfaith Dialogue
Associate Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs
15 Phil Goff Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs & Trade
Spokesperson for State Services
Spokesperson for Defence
16 Darien Fenton Junior Whip
Spokesperson for Labour
Spokesperson on Immigration
Associate Spokesperson for Arts, Culture & Heritage
17 Damien O'Connor Spokesperson for Primary Industries
Spokesperson for Food Safety
18 Clare Curran Spokesperson for Communications & IT
Spokesperson for Broadcasting
Spokesperson for Open Government
Associate Spokesperson for Economic Development
19 Andrew Little Spokesperson for Justice
Spokesperson for Tourism
20 Megan Woods Associate Spokesperson for Science & Innovation
Spokesperson for Tertiary Education
Spokesperson for Christchurch Transport Issues
Trevor Mallard Shadow Leader of the House
Spokesperson for Internal Affairs
Spokesperson for Sport and Recreation
Associate Finance Spokesperson
Lianne Dalziel Spokesperson for Earthquake Recovery
Spokesperson for Civil Defence and Emergency Management
Spokesperson for the Earthquake Commission
Associate Spokesperson for Justice
Ruth Dyson Spokesperson for Conservation
Spokesperson for Senior Citizens
Spokesperson for Disability Issues
Spokesperson for Land Information
David Cunliffe Spokesperson for Revenue
Spokesman for Fisheries
Associate Finance Spokesperson
Moana Mackey Spokesperson for Energy
Spokesperson on Climate Change
Iain Lees-Galloway Spokesperson for Transport
Spokesperson for Veterans' Affairs
Associate Spokesperson for Health
Raymond Huo Spokesperson for Building & Construction
Spokesperson for Statistics
Associate Spokesperson on Ethnic Affairs
Rajen Prasad Spokesperson on Ethnic Affairs
Spokesperson for Social Inclusion
Associate Spokesperson for Social Development
Kris Faafoi Spokesperson for Police
Spokesperson for Customs
Associate Spokesperson for Health
Carol Beaumont Spokesperson for Consumer Rights & Standards
Associate Spokesperson for Employment, Skills and Training
Louisa Wall Spokesperson for the Voluntary and Community Sector
Associate Spokesperson for Health
Associate Spokesperson for Sport and Recreation
Rino Tirikatene Spokesperson for Customs
Spokesperson for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations
Associate Spokesperson for Maori Affairs
Ross Robertson Spokesperson for Racing
Associate Spokesperson for Disarmament (Small Arms)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shearer to chart new direction for Labour". stuff.co.nz. Retrieved 2 June 2013. 
  2. ^ "Labour unveils major reshuffle". Retrieved 2 June 2013. 
  3. ^ "Today in politics: Saturday June 1, 2013". Retrieved 2 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "MPs". labour.org.nz. Retrieved 2 June 2013.