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First Fraser Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First Fraser Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

50th Ministry of Australia
Date formed11 November 1975
Date dissolved22 December 1975
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor-GeneralSir John Kerr
Prime MinisterMalcolm Fraser
Deputy Prime MinisterDoug Anthony
No. of ministers15
Member partyLiberalNational Country coalition
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderGough Whitlam
History
Outgoing election13 December 1975
Legislature term(s)29th
PredecessorThird Whitlam Ministry
SuccessorSecond Fraser Ministry

The First Fraser Ministry (LiberalNational Country coalition) was the 50th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 22nd Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser. The First Fraser Ministry succeeded the Third Whitlam Ministry, which dissolved on 11 November following the dismissal of the Whitlam Government by Governor-General Sir John Kerr. As such, it was a caretaker ministry until a federal election could take place.[1] To date, it is the last ministry not to be split between a Cabinet and outer ministry. In the event, the Coalition was ultimately elected on 13 December 1975, and this ministry was replaced by the Second Fraser Ministry on 22 December 1975.[2]

As of 16 April 2021, Tony Street is the last surviving Liberal member of the First Fraser Ministry, while Ian Sinclair and Peter Nixon are the last surviving NCP members.

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Ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Hon Malcolm Fraser
(1930–2015)

MP for Wannon
(1955–1983)

Fraser Malcolm BANNER.jpg
National Country Rt Hon Doug Anthony
(1929–2020)

MP for Richmond
(1957–1984)

Doug Anthony.jpg
Liberal Hon Phillip Lynch
(1933–1984)

MP for Flinders
(1966–1982)

Phillip Lynch 1969.jpg
National Country Hon Ian Sinclair
(born 1929)

MP for New England
(1963–1998)

Ian Sinclair.jpg
Liberal Hon Reg Withers
(1924–2014)

Senator for Western Australia
(1968–1987)

Reg Withers 1960s.png
Liberal Hon Ivor Greenwood QC
(1926–1976)

Senator for Victoria
(1968–1976)

Ivor Greenwood 1960s.png
Liberal Hon Bob Cotton
(1915–2006)

Senator for New South Wales
(1965–1978)

Bob Cotton 1969.jpg
National Country Hon Peter Nixon
(born 1928)

MP for Gippsland
(1961–1983)

Peter Nixon 1967.jpg
Liberal Hon Andrew Peacock
(1939–2021)

MP for Kooyong
(1966–1994)

AndrewPeacock1969Colour.jpg
Liberal Hon Don Chipp
(1925–2006)

MP for Hotham
(1969–1977)

DonChipp1969Colour.jpg
Liberal Hon James Killen
(1925–2007)

MP for Moreton
(1955–1983)

Jim Killen 1969.jpg
National Country Hon Tom Drake-Brockman DFC
(1919–1992)

Senator for Western Australia
(1959–1978)

TomDrakeBrockman1969Colour.jpg
Liberal Hon John Carrick
(1918–2018)

Senator for New South Wales
(1971–1987)

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Liberal Hon Tony Street
(born 1926)

MP for Corangamite
(1966–1984)

AnthonyAustinStreet.png
Liberal Hon Margaret Guilfoyle
(1926–2020)

Senator for Victoria
(1971–1987)

No image.svg

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Cabinet records of the Fraser government, 1975–83 – Fact sheet 246". National Archives of Australia. Retrieved 18 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
This page was last edited on 16 April 2021, at 15:10
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