Second Hawke Ministry

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The Second Hawke Ministry was the fifty-sixth Australian Commonwealth ministry, and held office from 13 December 1984 to 24 July 1987.[1]

Australian Labor Party

Cabinet[edit]

  • Hon Bob Hawke, AC MP: Prime Minister
  • Hon Lionel Bowen, MP: Deputy Prime Minister, Attorney-General, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Commonwealth-State Relations, Vice-President of the Executive Council
  • Senator Hon John Button: Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce
  • Senator Hon Donald Grimes: Minister for Community Services (to 16 February 1987)
  • Hon Ralph Willis, MP: Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Public Service Industrial Matters
  • Hon Paul Keating, MP: Treasurer
  • Hon Mick Young, MP: Special Minister of State (to 16 February 1987). Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs (from 16 February 1987)
  • Senator Hon Peter Walsh: Minister for Finance, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Public Service Matters
  • Hon Bill Hayden, MP: Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Senator Hon Susan Ryan: Minister for Education, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women
  • Senator Hon Gareth Evans, QC: Minister for Resources and Energy, Minister assisting the Prime Minister, Minister assisting the Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Hon John Dawkins, MP: Minister for Trade, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Youth Affairs
  • Hon John Kerin, MP: Minister for Primary Industry
  • Hon Stewart West, MP: Minister for Housing and Construction
  • Hon Kim Beazley, MP: Minister for Defence
  • Hon Brian Howe, MP: Minister for Social Security
  • Hon Chris Hurford, MP: Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs (to 16 February 1987). Minister assisting the Treasurer. Minister for Community Services (from 16 February 1987)

Outer ministry[edit]

  • Hon Gordon Scholes, MP: Minister for Territories
  • Hon Dr Neal Blewett, MP: Minister for Health
  • Hon John Brown, MP: Minister for Sport, Recreation and Tourism, Minister assisting the Minister for Defence
  • Hon Barry Cohen, MP: Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Environment, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for the Bicentennial
  • Hon Michael Duffy, MP: Minister for Communications, Minister assisting the Minister for Defence
  • Senator Hon Arthur Gietzelt: Minister for Veterans' Affairs
  • Hon Clyde Holding, MP: Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
  • Hon Barry Jones, MP: Minister for Science, Minister assisting the Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce
  • Hon Peter Morris, MP: Minister for Transport, Minister for Aviation
  • Hon Thomas Uren, MP: Minister for Local Government and Administrative Services
  • Senator Hon Michael Tate: Special Minister of State (from 16 February 1987)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010. 

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