Marshall Ministry

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The Marshall Ministry is the 73rd and current Ministry of the Government of South Australia, led by Steven Marshall of the Liberal Party of Australia. It was formed after the 2018 state election.[1]

First formation[edit]

The first formation was sworn in by the Governor of South Australia on 19 March 2018, when Marshall held all portfolios except Deputy Premier and Attorney-General, held by Vickie Chapman; and Treasurer, held by Rob Lucas. A rearrangement of the ministry took effect from 22 March 2018 when Marshall assigned most of his portfolio to other member of the government.[2][3][4]

Party Minister Portfolio Term start Term end Term in office
Liberal Hon. Steven Marshall MHA 19 March 2018 (2018-03-19) incumbent 463 days
Liberal Hon. Vickie Chapman MHA
Liberal Hon. Rob Lucas MLC
Liberal Hon. John Gardner MHA
  • Minister for Education
22 March 2018 (2018-03-22) 460 days
Liberal Hon. David Ridgway MLC
  • Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
Liberal Hon. Michelle Lensink MLC
  • Minister for Human Services
Liberal Hon. David Pisoni MHA
  • Minister for Innovation and Skills
Liberal Hon. Stephen Wade MLC
  • Minister for Health and Wellbeing
Liberal Hon. Dan van Holst Pellekaan MHA
  • Minister for Energy and Mining
Liberal Hon. Rachel Sanderson MHA
  • Minister for Child Protection
Liberal Hon. Tim Whetstone MHA
  • Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development
Liberal Hon. Corey Wingard MHA
  • Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services
  • Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing
Liberal Hon. David Speirs MHA
  • Minister for Environment and Water
Liberal Hon. Stephan Knoll MHA
  • Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government
  • Minister for Planning

References[edit]

  1. ^ Liberals claim victory as Labor's Jay Weatherill concedes ABC News 17 March 2018
  2. ^ "The South Australian Government Gazette, 19 March 2018, No. 18, Supplementary Gazette" (PDF). Retrieved 19 March 2018.
  3. ^ MacLennan, Leah (22 March 2018). "SA election: Who's who in the new South Australian Liberal Government?". ABC News. Australia. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
  4. ^ "The South Australian Government Gazette, 22 March 2018, No. 20, Supplementary Gazette" (PDF). Retrieved 23 March 2018.