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Minns ministry

Minns ministry

100th ministry of New South Wales
Date formed28 March 2023
People and organisations
MonarchCharles III
GovernorMargaret Beazley
PremierChris Minns
Deputy PremierPrue Car
Member party  Labor
Status in legislatureMinority government
45 / 93
Opposition cabinetSpeakman Shadow Cabinet
Opposition party    LiberalNational Coalition
Opposition leaderMark Speakman (Liberal)
History
Election(s)2023
Legislature term(s)58th
PredecessorSecond Perrottet ministry

The Minns ministry is the 100th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, led by Chris Minns, the state's 47th premier following his party's victory in the 2023 state election.[1]

Ministry

The full ministry was announced on 4 April 2023 and was sworn in the following day on 5 April.[2][3] All Ministers are members of the New South Wales Labor Party.

Current composition

Portrait Minister Portfolio Took office Left office Duration of tenure Electorate
Chris Minns MP 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Kogarah
Prue Car MP 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Londonderry
3 August 2023 28 September 2023 56 days
Penny Sharpe MLC 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Legislative Council
John Graham MLC 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Legislative Council
Daniel Mookhey MLC 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Legislative Council
Ryan Park MP 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Keira
Jo Haylen MP 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Summer Hill
Paul Scully MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Wollongong
Sophie Cotsis MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Canterbury
Yasmin Catley MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Swansea
3 August 2023 291 days
Jihad Dib MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Bankstown
Kate Washington MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Port Stephens
Michael Daley MP 28 March 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 53 days Maroubra
Tara Moriarty MLC 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Legislative Council
Ron Hoenig MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Heffron
Courtney Houssos MLC 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Legislative Council
28 September 2023 235 days
Steve Kamper MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Rockdale
Rose Jackson MLC 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Legislative Council
Anoulack Chanthivong MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Macquarie Fields
David Harris MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Wyong
Jodie Harrison MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Charlestown
Jenny Aitchison MP 5 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 45 days Maitland
Steve Whan MP 28 September 2023 Incumbent 235 days Monaro
Former Ministers
Tim Crakanthorp MP 5 April 2023 3 August 2023 120 days Newcastle

Parliamentary Secretaries

Parliamentary Secretaries were announced on 26 April 2023.[4] All Parliamentary Secretaries are members of the New South Wales Labor Party.

Portrait Minister Portfolio Took office Left office Duration of tenure Electorate
Julia Finn MP
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier
  • Parliamentary Secretary for the Arts
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Granville
Greg Warren MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Campbelltown
Trish Doyle MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Blue Mountains
Hugh McDermott MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Prospect
David Mehan MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days The Entrance
Michael Holland MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Bega
Marjorie O'Neill MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Coogee
Stephen Bali MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Blacktown
Mark Buttigieg MLC
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Legislative Council
Edmond Atalla MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Mount Druitt
Liesl Tesch MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Gosford
Anna Watson MP
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Shellharbour
Anthony D'Adam MLC
26 April 2023 Incumbent 1 year, 24 days Legislative Council
Janelle Saffin MP
9 August 2023 Incumbent 285 days Lismore

Interim composition

The interim ministry was sworn in on 28 March 2023.[5] The interim ministry also covered other portfolio responsibilities until the finalised ministry was sworn in.

The interim composition consisted of the following ministers:[6][7][8]

Office Additional interim portfolios Minister
Premier None Chris Minns MP
    • Skills and TAFE
    • Tertiary Education
    • Western Sydney
    • Youth
Prue Car MP
    • Energy and Climate Change
    • Natural Resources
    • Water
    • Housing and Homelessness
    • Family and Community Services
    • Disability Inclusion
    • Women
    • Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Penny Sharpe MLC
    • Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty
    • Emergency Services
    • Regional NSW
    • Western NSW
    • Agriculture
    • Regional Transport and Roads
    • Tourism
    • Multiculturalism
    • Hunter
    • North Coast
John Graham MLC
    • Planning and Public Spaces
    • Industrial Relations
    • Work Health and Safety
    • Finance
    • Small Business
    • Industry and Trade
    • Jobs and Investment
Daniel Mookhey MLC
    • Police
    • Counter Terrorism
    • Corrections
    • Juvenile Justice
    • Local Government
    • Medical Research
Ryan Park MP
Minister for Transport
    • Infrastructure and Cities
    • Customer Service
    • Digital
    • Better Regulation and Innovation
    • Hospitality and Racing
    • Property
    • Lands
    • Seniors
    • Veterans
    • Sport
    • Central Coast
Jo Haylen MP
Attorney-General None Michael Daley MP

See also

References

  1. ^ McGowan, Michael; Rose, Tamsin (25 March 2023). "'Back and ready': Chris Minns leads Labor to power after 12 years in opposition at historic 2023 NSW election". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 25 March 2023.
  2. ^ Cormack, Lucy (4 April 2023). "Female firsts in new Labor cabinet, where half the ministers will be women". Sydney Morning Herald. Sydney. Retrieved 4 April 2023.
  3. ^ "Parliament, Ministerial, Courts and Police (161)" (PDF). Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales. 5 April 2023.
  4. ^ "Minns Labor Government Parliamentary Secretaries announced". nsw.gov.au. Department of Premier and Cabinet. 26 April 2023. Retrieved 2 May 2023.
  5. ^ "Parliament, Ministerial, Courts and Police (142)" (PDF). Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales. 28 March 2023.
  6. ^ "Ministers". www.parliament.nsw.gov.au. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  7. ^ Rabe, Tom (26 March 2023). "'The work starts today': Minns, senior MPs meet to tackle Labor's urgent priorities". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 26 March 2023.
  8. ^ "A Fresh Start for NSW as Minns Government interim Ministry sworn in". NSW Government. 28 March 2023.
New South Wales government ministries Preceded bySecond Perrottet ministry Minns ministry 2023–present Incumbent
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