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Fourth Hawke Ministry

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Fourth Hawke Ministry
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57th Ministry of Australia
Date formed4 April 1990
Date dissolved20 December 1991
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor-GeneralBill Hayden
Prime MinisterBob Hawke
Deputy Prime MinisterPaul Keating
Brian Howe
No. of ministers31 (plus 4 Parliamentary Secretaries)
Member partyLabor
Status in legislatureMajority government
Opposition partyLiberalNational coalition
Opposition leaderJohn Hewson
Election(s)24 March 1990
Legislature term(s)36th
PredecessorThird Hawke Ministry
SuccessorFirst Keating Ministry

The Fourth Hawke Ministry (Labor) was the 57th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 23rd Prime Minister, Bob Hawke. The Fourth Hawke Ministry succeeded the Third Hawke Ministry, which dissolved on 4 April 1990 following the federal election that took place on 24 March. The ministry was replaced by the First Keating Ministry on 20 December 1991 following the resignation of Hawke as Prime Minister after a successful leadership challenge by Paul Keating.[1]


Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Hon Bob Hawke AC

MP for Wills

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  Hon Paul Keating

MP for Blaxland

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  Hon John Button

Senator for Victoria

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  Hon Gareth Evans QC

Senator for Victoria

  Hon Dr Neal Blewett

MP for Bonython

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  Hon Ralph Willis

MP for Gellibrand

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  Hon Michael Duffy

MP for Holt

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  Hon John Dawkins

MP for Fremantle

  Hon Kim Beazley

MP for Swan

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  Hon John Kerin

MP for Werriwa

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  Hon Brian Howe

MP for Batman

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  Hon Graham Richardson

Senator for New South Wales

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  Hon Robert Ray

Senator for Victoria

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  Hon Gerry Hand

MP for Melbourne

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  Hon Ros Kelly

MP for Canberra

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  Hon Peter Cook

Senator for Western Australia

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  Hon Nick Bolkus

Senator for South Australia

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  Hon Simon Crean

MP for Hotham
(1990–2013) (in Cabinet from 4 June 1991)

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Outer ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Hon David Beddall

MP for Rankin

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  Hon Michael Tate

Senator for Tasmania

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  Hon Peter Baldwin

MP for Sydney

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  Hon Robert Tickner

MP for Hughes

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  Hon Bob Collins

Senator for Northern Territory

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  Hon Bob Brown

MP for Charlton

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  Hon Alan Griffiths

MP for Maribyrnong

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  Hon Peter Staples

MP for Jagajaga

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  Hon Ben Humphreys

MP for Griffith

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  Hon Gordon Bilney

MP for Kingston

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  Hon Wendy Fatin

MP for Brand

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  Hon David Simmons

MP for Calare

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  Hon Ross Free

MP for Lindsay
(1984–1996) (in Ministry from 4 June 1991)

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Parliamentary Secretaries

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Hon Bob McMullan

Senator for Australian Capital Territory

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  Hon Warren Snowdon

MP for Northern Territory

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  Hon Con Sciacca

MP for Bowman

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  Hon Roger Price

MP for Chifley

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See also


  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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