Kevin Stewart (Scottish politician)
|Convener of the
Local Government and Regeneration Committee
|Preceded by||Joe Fitzpatrick (Minister for Parliamentary Business)|
|Member of the Scottish Parliament
for Aberdeen Central
6 May 2011
|Preceded by||Lewis Macdonald|
|Born||3 June 1968
|Political party||Scottish National Party|
|Committees||Local Government and Regeneration Committee, Welfare Reform Committee|
Stewart is the convener of the Scottish Parliament's Local Government and Regeneration Committee, a member of the Welfare Reform Committee and also sits on the Justice Sub-committee on Policing. He is also involved in the Cross-Party Groups on Oil & Gas, Scots language, Nuclear Disarmament, Malawi and Tibet.
Stewart has also lodged a number of motions in parliament in support of Votes at 16.
Before his election to the Scottish Parliament, he had served as a local councillor for over eleven years and served as Depute Leader of Aberdeen City Council. As a councillor, he chaired the Finance and Resources Committee and the North East of Scotland's Regional Transport Partnership, NESTRANS. He also served as the chair of the 3Rs Board.
- Kevin Stewart "SNP biography". Retrieved 6 May 2011.
- Kevin Stewart MSP Biography at the Scottish Parliament website
- Kevin Stewart MSP Biography at the SNP website
- They Work For You.com
|Member of the Scottish Parliament for Aberdeen Central
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