Bracks Labor Government Ministry

The Bracks Labor Government in Victoria was sworn in on Wednesday October 20, 1999.

This followed the decision by the 3 independents in the Legislative Assembly (Russell Savage, Craig Ingram & Susan Davies) to give their support to the formation of a minority Labor government.

The average age of the Government is 44.3 years. There are 8 women (44%) in the Ministry, more than in any other Australian government.

First Bracks ALP Ministry 1999
No. Portfolio Minister Age
1
Premier; Treasurer; Multicultural Affairs Steve Bracks
45
2
Deputy Premier; Health; Planning John Thwaites
44
3
Attorney-General; Manufacturing; Racing Rob Hulls
42
4
Finance; Assistant Treasurer; State and Regional Development John Brumby
46
5
Transport; House Manager Peter Batchelor
49
6
Education; Arts Mary Delahunty
46
7
Police and Emergency Services; Corrections Andre Haermeyer
43
8
Housing; Aged Care; assisting in Health Bronwyn Pike
9
Sport, Recreation and Youth Affairs; assisting in Planning Justin Madden
38
10
Small Business; Consumer Affairs Marsha Thomson
44
11
Energy and Resources; Ports; assisting in State Development Candy Broad
43
12
Local Government; WorkCover; assisting in Transport (Roads) Bob Cameron
36
13
Gaming; Major Projects; Tourism; assisting in Multicultural Affairs John Pandazopoulos
36
14
Agriculture; Aboriginal Affairs Keith Hamilton
63
15
Environment and Conservation; Women’s Affairs Sherryl Garbutt
51
16
Leader in the Legislative Council; Industrial Relations; assisting in WorkCover Monica Gould
42
17
Post-compulsory Education, Training and Employment Lyn Kosky
41
18
Community Services Christine Campbell
45

 

 

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