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|Deputy Premier of Western Australia|
25 February 1983 – 25 February 1988
|Preceded by||Cyril Rushton|
|Succeeded by||David Parker|
|Member of the Western Australian Parliament
13 November 1971 – 25 February 1988
|Preceded by||Merv Toms|
|Succeeded by||Eric Ripper|
|Born||Malcolm John Bryce
10 April 1943
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
|Alma mater||University of Western Australia|
Malcolm John "Mal" Bryce AO (born 10 April 1943) is a former Deputy Premier of Western Australia.
After leaving parliament, Bryce joined Curtin University as an adjunct professor.
Unlike Burke, Bryce has not been embroiled in the WA Inc scandal.
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