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Andrews Ministry
69th cabinet of Victoria, Australia
Incumbent
Date formed 4 December 2014
People and organisations
Head of state Queen Elizabeth II
Represented by Alex Chernov (until 30 June 2015)
Linda Dessau (since 30 June 2015)
Head of government Daniel Andrews
Deputy head of government James Merlino
No. of ministers 22
Member party Australian Labor Party
Status in legislature Labor Majority Government
Opposition leader Matthew Guy
History
Election(s) 2014 state election
Predecessor Napthine Ministry

The Andrews Ministry is the 69th ministry of the Government of Victoria. The Labor Government, led by the Premier, Daniel Andrews, and Deputy Premier, James Merlino, was officially sworn in on 4 December 2014. At the time of its formation, the Ministry comprised 22 Ministers, five of which were members of the Victorian Legislative Council and 17 who were members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. At the time, nine ministers were women.[1]

The Andrews Ministry succeeded the Napthine Ministry, following the 2014 state election, which was held on 29 November.

Ministry[edit]

Minister Portfolio
Daniel Andrews, MP
James Merlino, MP
  • Deputy Premier
  • Minister for Education
  • Minister for Emergency Services (from 10 June 2016)
Tim Pallas, MP
Martin Pakula, MP
Gavin Jennings, MLC
  • Special Minister of State
  • Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council
Jacinta Allan, MP
  • Minister for Public Transport
  • Minister for Major Projects (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Employment (until 23 May 2016)
Jill Hennessy, MP
  • Minister for Health
  • Minister for Ambulance Services
Martin Foley, MP
  • Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing
  • Minister for Mental Health
  • Minister for Equality
  • Minister for Creative Industries
Richard Wynne, MP
  • Minister for Planning
Jaala Pulford, MLC
  • Deputy Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council
  • Minister for Agriculture
  • Minister for Regional Development
John Eren, MP
  • Minister for Tourism and Major Events
  • Minister for Sport
  • Minister for Veterans' Affairs
Lisa Neville, MP
  • Minister for Police (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Water (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water (until 23 May 2016)
Robin Scott, MP
  • Minister for Finance
  • Minister for Multicultural Affairs
Natalie Hutchins, MP
Lily D'Ambrosio, MP
  • Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Suburban Development (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Industry (until 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Energy and Resources (until 23 May 2016)
Luke Donnellan, MP
  • Minister for Roads and Road Safety
  • Minister for Ports
Jenny Mikakos, MLC
  • Minister for Families and Children
  • Minister for Youth Affairs
Wade Noonan, MP
  • Minister for Industry and Employment (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Resources (from 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Police (until 23 May 2016)
  • Minister for Corrections (until 23 May 2016)
Philip Dalidakis, MLC
  • Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade (from 31 July 2015)
Marlene Kairouz, MP
Gayle Tierney, MLC
  • Minister for Training and Skills (from 9 November 2016)
  • Minister for Corrections (from 9 November 2016)
Ben Carroll, MP
  • Minister for Industry and Employment (from 16 October 2017)
Fiona Richardson, MP
  • Minister for Women (until 23 August 2017)
  • Minister for Prevention of Family Violence (until 23 August 2017)
Steve Herbert, MLC
  • Minister for Training and Skills (until 9 November 2016)
  • Minister for International Education (23 May – 9 November 2016 )
  • Minister for Corrections (23 May – 9 November 2016)
Jane Garrett, MP
  • Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation (until 10 June 2016)
  • Minister for Emergency Services (until 10 June 2016)
Adem Somyurek, MLC
  • Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade (until 29 July 2015)

Reshuffles[edit]

Adem Somyurek stood down from his ministerial role in May 2015,[2] and resigned as minister on 28 July 2015.[3] He was succeeded in the ministry by Philip Dalidakis on 31 July 2015.

A reshuffle in May 2016 saw a change in responsibilities for several ministers.[4]

On 10 June 2016, Jane Garrett, the Minister for Emergency Services, quit the Ministry,[5] and Marlene Kairouz was brought into the Ministry on 20 June.

On 9 November 2016, Steve Herbert, the Minister for Corrections, Training and Skills and International Education, resigned from the Ministry.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Parliament of Victoria
Preceded by
Napthine Ministry
Andrews Ministry
2014–present
Incumbent

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