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Second Berejiklian ministry

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Second Berejiklian ministry
97th Cabinet of New South Wales
Gladys Berejiklian NSW (cropped).jpg
Premier Gladys Berejiklian, pictured in 2018
Date formed2 April 2019 (2019-04-02)
People and organisations
Head of stateQueen Elizabeth II represented by:
Head of governmentGladys Berejiklian
Deputy head of governmentJohn Barilaro
Total no. of members24
Member partyLiberalNational Coalition
Status in legislatureMajority Coalition Government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderJodi McKay
Election(s)2019 state election
Outgoing election2023 state election
PredecessorFirst Berejiklian ministry

The Second Berejiklian ministry is the 97th ministry of the Government of New South Wales, and is led by Gladys Berejiklian, the state's 45th Premier. It is the second and subsequent of two occasions that Berejiklian served as Premier.

The LiberalNational coalition ministry was formed following the 2019 state election where the Berejikilian government was re-elected. The ministry was sworn in by the Governor David Hurley on 2 April 2019.[1][2][3]

Composition of ministry

Portfolio Minister Party affiliation Term start Term end Term in office
Premier Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP   Liberal 2 April 2019 (2019-04-02) Incumbent 2 years, 0 days
Deputy Premier
Minister for Regional New South Wales, Industry and Trade
Hon. John Barilaro MP   Nationals
Treasurer Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP   Liberal
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Hon. Paul Toole MP   Nationals
Special Minister of State
Minister for the Public Service and Employee Relations, Aboriginal Affairs, and the Arts
Vice-President of the Executive Council
Leader of Government Business in the Legislative Council
Hon. Don Harwin MLC   Liberal
Minister for Transport and Roads Hon. Andrew Constance MP   Liberal
Minister for Health and Medical Research Hon. Brad Hazzard MP   Liberal
Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Hon. Rob Stokes MP   Liberal
Attorney General
Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
Hon. Mark Speakman SC, MP   Liberal
Minister for Customer Service Hon. Victor Dominello MP   Liberal
Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning Hon. Sarah Mitchell MLC   Nationals
Minister for Police and Emergency Services Hon. David Elliott MP   Liberal
Minister for Water, Property and Housing Hon. Melinda Pavey MP   Nationals
Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Hon. Stuart Ayres MP   Liberal
Minister for Energy and Environment Hon. Matt Kean MP   Liberal
Minister for Agriculture and Western New South Wales Hon. Adam Marshall MP   Nationals
Minister for Counter Terrorism and Corrections Hon. Anthony Roberts MP   Liberal
Minister for Local Government Hon. Shelley Hancock MP   Liberal
Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation Hon. Kevin Anderson MP   Nationals
Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Hon. Geoff Lee MP   Liberal
Minister for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans Hon. John Sidoti MP   Liberal
Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women Hon. Bronwyn Taylor MLC   Nationals
Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services Hon. Gareth Ward MP   Liberal
Minister for Finance and Small Business Hon. Damien Tudehope MLC   Liberal

On 17 September 2019, John Sidoti stood down from his ministerial duties pending a potential investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption into his property dealings.[4] Geoff Lee took over as acting Minister for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans. Sidoti officially resigned on 3 March 2021 and Lee continued as acting minister.[5]

On 10 April 2020, Don Harwin resigned as Minister for the Public Service and Employee Relations, Aboriginal Affairs, and the Arts and Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council, effective 15 April 2020, after defying the ban on non-essential travel in NSW due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia.[6] Berejiklian took over as acting arts minister, and Damien Tudehope took over as Vice-President of the Executive Council and Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council. Harwin's portfolios were fully reinstated on 3 July 2020.[7] Tudehope was then appointed as Leader of the House in the Legislative Council.[8]

On 10 September 2020, the Nationals announced that they were moving to the crossbench over disagreements with the Liberal Party surrounding koala habitat protection legislation. However, the Nationals still maintain ministerial portfolios.[9] The decision was reversed the following day.

See also


  1. ^ "Government Notices (30)" (PDF). Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales. 2 April 2019. p. 1088-1090. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Premier announces new Cabinet" (Press release). Premier of New South Wales. 31 March 2019. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  3. ^ Han, Sophie (2 April 2019). "Berejiklian's new massive cabinet sworn in amid peals of laughter". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  4. ^ "John Sidoti steps down pending ICAC probe into property deal". ABC News. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 17 September 2019. Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  5. ^ Smith, Alexandra (3 March 2021). "John Sidoti resigns from cabinet after ICAC launches public hearing". The Sydney Morning Herald.
  6. ^ "NSW Arts Minister Don Harwin resigns after visiting holiday home in breach of coronavirus lockdown rules". ABC News. Australia. 9 April 2020. Retrieved 9 April 2020.
  7. ^ "NSW Police boss hits back after former Arts minister Don Harwin gets off coronavirus fine". ABC News. 3 July 2020. Retrieved 7 July 2020.
  8. ^ "Statement on Don Harwin". NSW Government. 3 July 2020. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  9. ^ Smith, Alexandra (10 September 2020). "Coalition crisis over koala war: Nationals 'on crossbench' until demands are met". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 10 September 2020.
Preceded by
First Berejiklian ministry
Second Berejiklian ministry
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