John Darley (politician)

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The Honourable
John Darley
MLC
Member of the South Australian Legislative Council
Assumed office
21 November 2007
Preceded by Nick Xenophon
Personal details
Born (1937-05-15) 15 May 1937 (age 79)
Political party

John Andrew Darley (born 15 May 1937), is an SA Best member of the South Australian upper house and a former valuer-general.

Political career (2007-present)[edit]

Darley was appointed to the South Australian Legislative Council by a joint sitting of the Parliament of South Australia on 21 November 2007 to replace outgoing Independent No Pokies MLC Nick Xenophon.[1] He was the third of three candidates on the Independent No Pokies upper house ticket at the 2006 state election.

Darley was re-elected at the 2014 election[2] as the first candidate on the Nick Xenophon Group ticket.[3] In 2015, NXG changed its name to Nick Xenophon Team. On 5 March 2017, Xenophon announced an intent to form a new party in South Australia known as SA Best.[4]

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