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First Howard Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

First Howard Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

60th Ministry of Australia
Date formed11 March 1996
Date dissolved21 October 1998
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor-GeneralSir William Deane
Prime MinisterJohn Howard
Deputy Prime MinisterTim Fischer
No. of ministers35 (plus 13 Parliamentary Secretaries)
Member partyLiberalNational coalition
Status in legislatureMajority government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderKim Beazley
History
Election(s)2 March 1996
Outgoing election3 October 1998
Legislature term(s)38th
PredecessorSecond Keating Ministry
SuccessorSecond Howard Ministry

The First Howard Ministry (LiberalNational coalition) was the 60th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 25th Prime Minister, John Howard. The First Howard Ministry succeeded the Second Keating Ministry, which dissolved on 11 March 1996 following the federal election that took place on 2 March which saw the Coalition defeat Paul Keating's Labor Party. The ministry was replaced by the Second Howard Ministry on 21 October 1998 following the 1998 federal election.[1]

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Hon John Howard
(1939-)

MP for Bennelong
(1974-2007)

John howard.jpg
Nationals Hon Tim Fischer
(1946–2019)

MP for Farrer
(1984–2001)

Tim Fischer.jpg
Liberal Hon Peter Costello
(1957-)

MP for Higgins
(1990-2009)

Peter Costello.jpg
Nationals Hon John Anderson
(1956–)

MP for Gwydir
(1989–2007)

John Anderson at Newstead (cropped).jpg
Liberal Hon Robert Hill
(1946–)

Senator for South Australia
(1981–2006)

Robert Hill (1).jpg
Liberal Hon Richard Alston
(1941–)

Senator for Victoria
(1986–2004)

Richard Alston.jpg
Liberal Hon Peter Reith
(1950–)

MP for Flinders
(1984–2001)

Peter Reith cropped.jpg
Liberal Hon Jocelyn Newman
(1937–2018)

Senator for Tasmania
(1986–2002)

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Liberal Hon Alexander Downer
(1951–)

MP for Mayo
(1984–2008)

Alexander Downer 1990s.jpg
Liberal Hon John Moore
(1936–)

MP for Ryan
(1975–2001)

John Moore 1999.jpg
Liberal Hon Ian McLachlan AO
(1936–)

MP for Barker
(1990–1998)

Ian McLachlan.jpg
Nationals Hon John Sharp
(1954–)

MP for Hume
(1993–1998)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Dr Michael Wooldridge
(1956–)

MP for Chisholm
(1987–1998)

MP for Casey
(1998–2001)

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Liberal Hon John Fahey
(1945–2020)

MP for Macarthur
(1996–2001)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Amanda Vanstone
(1952–)

Senator for South Australia
(1984–2007) (in Cabinet until 9 October 1997)

Amanda Vanstone.jpg
Liberal Hon Dr David Kemp
(1941–)

MP for Goldstein
(1990–2004) (in Cabinet from 9 October 1997)

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Nationals Hon Mark Vaile
(1956–)

MP for Lyne
(1993–2008) (in Cabinet from 9 October 1997)

Mark Vaile (TM).jpg
Liberal Hon Daryl Williams QC
(1942–)

MP for Tangney
(1993–2004) (in Cabinet from 9 October 1997)

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Outer ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Hon Philip Ruddock
(1943–)

MP for Berowra
(1993–2016)

Philip Ruddock.jpg
Nationals Hon Peter McGauran
(1955–)

MP for Gippsland
(1983–2008)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Jim Short
(1936–)

Senator for Victoria
(1984–1997)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Warwick Parer
(1936–2014)

Senator for Queensland
(1984–2000)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Geoff Prosser
(1948–)

MP for Forrest
(1987–2007)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Judi Moylan
(1944–)

MP for Pearce
(1993–2013)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Bronwyn Bishop
(1942–)

MP for Mackellar
(1994–2016)

B K Bishop.jpg
Liberal Hon Warwick Smith
(1954–)

MP for Bass
(1996–1998)

No image.svg
Nationals Hon Bruce Scott
(1943–)

MP for Maranoa
(1990–2016)

Bruce Scott.jpg
Liberal Hon John Herron
(1932–2019)

Senator for Queensland
(1990–2002)

John Herron, AO (1).jpg
Liberal Hon David Jull
(1944–2011)

MP for Fadden
(1984–2007)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Rod Kemp
(1944–)

Senator for Victoria
(1990–2008) (in Ministry from 14 October 1996)

Senator Kemp.jpg
Liberal Hon Chris Ellison
(1954–)

Senator for Western Australia
(1993–2009) (in Ministry from 18 July 1997)

Chris Ellison.jpg
Liberal Hon Andrew Thomson
(1961–)

MP for Wentworth
(1995–2001) (in Ministry from 9 October 1997)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Nick Minchin
(1953–)

Senator for South Australia
(1993–2011) (in Ministry from 9 October 1997)

Nicholas Hugh Minchin.jpg
Liberal Hon Alex Somlyay
(1946–)

MP for Fairfax
(1990–2013) (in Ministry from 9 October 1997)

Alex Somlyay.jpg
Nationals Hon Warren Truss
(1948–)

MP for Wide Bay
(1990–2016) (in Ministry from 9 October 1997)

Warren Truss DPM.jpg

Parliamentary Secretaries

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
Liberal Tony Abbott
(1957–)

MP for Warringah
(1994–2019)

Tony Abbott.jpg
Nationals Hon David Brownhill
(1935–)

Senator for New South Wales
(1984–2000)

No image.svg
Liberal Ian Campbell
(1959–)

Senator for Western Australia
(1990–2007)

No image.svg
Liberal Brian Gibson
(1936–2017)

Senator for Tasmania
(1993–2002)

No image.svg
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer (to 15 October 1996)
Liberal Hon Chris Miles
(1947–)

MP for Braddon
(1984–1998)

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Country Liberal Grant Tambling
(1943–)

Senator for Northern Territory
(1987–2001)

Grant Tambling.jpg
Liberal Hon Bob Woods
(1947–)

Senator for New South Wales
(1994–1997)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Michael Ronaldson
(1954–)

MP for Ballarat
(1990–2001)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Ian Macdonald
(1945–)

Senator for New South Wales
(1990–2019)

Ian Douglas Macdonald.jpg
Liberal Hon Alan Cadman
(1937–)

MP for Mitchell
(1974–2007)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Trish Worth
(1946–)

MP for Adelaide
(1993–2004)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Kathy Sullivan
(1942–)

MP for Moncrieff
(1984–2001)

No image.svg
Liberal Hon Judith Troeth
(1940–)

Senator for Victoria
(1993–2011)

Judith Troeth.jpg

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 3 February 2012.
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