Second Keating Ministry – 1993

This is the full list of Prime Minister Paul Keating’s Second Ministry, sworn in on March 24, 1993, following the 1993 federal election.

Paul Keating became Prime Minister in December 1991. The Labor government he led won its fifth successive election win in March 1993.

The Second Keating Ministry 1993
No. Portfolio – Cabinet Positions in Bold Minister
1
Prime Minister Paul Keating, MP
2
Minister for Housing, Local Government and Community Services and Deputy Prime Minister Brian Howe, MP
3
Minister for Foreign Affairs Senator Gareth Evans, QC
4
Minister for Defence Senator Robert Ray
5
Treasurer John Dawkins, MP
6
Minister for Finance Ralph Willis, MP
7
Minister for Employment, Education and Training and Leader of the House Kim Beazley, MP
8
Minister for Health Senator Graham Richardson
9
Minister for Environment, Sport and Territories Ros Kelly, MP
10
Minister for Trade Senator Peter Cook
11
Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs Senator Nick Bolkus
12
Minister for Primary Industries and Energy Simon Crean, MP
13
Minister for Industry, Technology and Regional Development Alan Griffiths, MP
14
Minister for Transport and Communications Senator Bob Collins
15
Minister for Social Security Peter Baldwin, MP
16
Minister for Arts and Administrative Services Senator Bob McMullan
17
Minister for Industrial Relations Laurie Brereton, MP
18
Minister for Tourism and Resources Michael Lee, MP
19
Minister for Communications David Beddall, MP
20
Minister for Development Cooperation and Pacific Island Affairs Gordon Bilney, MP
21
Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Affairs Robert Tickner, MP
22
Minister for Schools, Vocational Education and Training Ross Free, MP
23
Minister for Consumer Affairs Jeannette McHugh, MP
24
Minister for Family Services Senator Rosemary Crowley
25
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Defence Science and Personnel Senator John Faulkner
26
Assistant Treasurer George Gear, MP
27
Minister for Justice Duncan Kerr, MP
28
Minister for Science and Small Business Senator Chris Schacht
29
Special Minister of State Frank Walker, QC, MP


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