Second Dunstan Ministry (Victoria)

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The Second Dunstan Ministry was the 51st ministry of the Government of Victoria. It was led by the Premier of Victoria, Albert Dunstan. The ministry was sworn in on 18 September 1943, just several days after the formation of the First Cain Ministry, and consisted of members of the Country Party and the United Australia Party (UAP).[1]

Portfolios[edit]

Office Minister Party

Premier
Treasurer
Minister for Decentralisation

The Hon Albert Dunstan, MLA Country

Deputy Premier
Minister for Education

The Hon Thomas Hollway, MLA UAP

Minister for Lands and Forests

The Hon Albert Lind, MLA Country

Chief Secretary

The Hon Herbert Hyland, MLA Country

Minister for Agriculture

The Hon Norman Martin, MLA Country

Minister for Water Supply
Minister in Charge of Electrical Undertakings

The Hon John McDonald, MLA Country

Minister for Works

The Hon John Lienhop, MLC Country

Attorney-General
Minister for Health

The Hon Ian MacFarlan, MLA UAP

Minister for Transport

The Hon James Kennedy, MLC UAP

Ministers without Portfolio

The Hon George Tuckett, MLC
The Hon Trevor Oldham, MLA
The Hon Gilbert Chandler, MLC

Country
Country
UAP

References[edit]

  1. ^ "COALITION MINISTRY IN VICTORIA". The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926-1954). ACT: National Library of Australia. 18 September 1943. p. 1. Retrieved 27 March 2011.
Parliament of Victoria
Preceded by
First Cain Ministry
Second Dunstan Ministry
1943–1945
Succeeded by
MacFarlan Ministry