New South Wales Shadow Cabinet

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The New South Wales Shadow Cabinet is the opposition to the incumbent government, presently the Liberal/Nationals Coalition, in New South Wales, Australia.

The current shadow cabinet is made up of 22 members of the NSW Labor caucus.[1][2] The shadow cabinet comprises 'spokespeople' or 'shadow ministers' who aim to hold the government of the day to account.

Officeholder Office(s)
Luke Foley MP Leader of the Opposition
Shadow Minister for Western Sydney
Michael Daley MP Deputy Leader of the Opposition
Shadow Minister for Planning and Infrastructure
Shadow Minister for Gaming and Racing
Walt Secord MLC Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council
Shadow Minister for Health
Shadow Minister for the Arts
Shadow Minister for the North Coast
Ryan Park MP Manager of Opposition Business
Shadow Treasurer
Shadow Minister for the Illawarra
Adam Searle MLC Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council
Shadow Minister for Industry, Energy and Resources
Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations
Jodi McKay MP Shadow Minister for Transport
Shadow Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight
Jihad Dib MP Shadow Minister for Education
Penny Sharpe MLC Shadow Minister for the Environment and Heritage
Shadow Minister for Trade, Tourism and Major Events
Paul Lynch MP Deputy Manager of Opposition Business
Shadow Attorney-General
Tania Mihailuk MP Shadow Minister for Family and Community Services
Shadow Minister for Social Housing
Shadow Minister for Mental Health
Shadow Minister for Medical Research
Sophie Cotsis MP Shadow Minister for Women
Shadow Minister for Ageing
Shadow Minister for Disability Services
Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism
Peter Primrose MLC Shadow Minister for Local Government
Guy Zangari MP Shadow Minister for Justice and Police
Shadow Minister for Corrections
Shadow Minister for Emergency Services
Kate Washington MP Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Education
Shadow Minister for the Hunter
Mick Veitch MLC Shadow Minister for Primary Industries
Shadow Minister for Lands
Shadow Minister for Western NSW
Prue Car MP Shadow Minister for Skills
Shadow Assistant Minster for Education
David Harris MP Shadow Minister for Regional Development
Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Shadow Minister for the Central Coast
Clayton Barr MP Shadow Minister for Finance, Services and Property
Jenny Atchison MP Shadow Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Shadow Minister for Small Business
Yasmin Catley MP Shadow Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation
Chris Minns MP Shadow Minister for Water
Lynda Voltz MLC Shadow Minister for Sport
Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shadow Ministry in both Houses (by Seniority)". Members. Parliament of New South Wales. January 2015. Retrieved 9 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Full list of the @NSWLabor Shadow Cabinet #nswpol". Twitter. 9 April 2015. Retrieved 9 April 2015.