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Second Hawke Ministry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Second Hawke Ministry
Flag of Australia.svg

55th Ministry of Australia
Date formed13 December 1984
Date dissolved24 July 1987
People and organisations
MonarchElizabeth II
Governor-GeneralSir Ninian Stephen
Prime MinisterBob Hawke
Deputy Prime MinisterLionel Bowen
No. of ministers28
Member partyLabor
Status in legislatureMajority government
Opposition partyLiberalNational coalition
Opposition leaderAndrew Peacock
John Howard
History
Election(s)1 December 1984
Outgoing election11 July 1987
Legislature term(s)34th
PredecessorFirst Hawke Ministry
SuccessorThird Hawke Ministry

The Second Hawke Ministry (Labor) was the 55th ministry of the Government of Australia. It was led by the country's 23rd Prime Minister, Bob Hawke. The Second Hawke Ministry succeeded the First Hawke Ministry, which dissolved on 13 December 1984 following the federal election that took place on 1 December. The ministry was replaced by the Third Hawke Ministry on 24 July 1987 following the 1987 federal election.[1]

Cabinet

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Hon Bob Hawke AC
(1929–2019)

MP for Wills
(1980–1992)

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  Hon Lionel Bowen
(1922–2012)

MP for Kingsford-Smith
(1969–1990)

Lionel Bowen.jpg
  Hon John Button
(1933–2008)

Senator for Victoria
(1974–1993)

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  Hon Don Grimes
(1937–)

Senator for Tasmania
(1974–1987)

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  Hon Ralph Willis
(1938–)

MP for Gellibrand
(1972–1998)

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  Hon Paul Keating
(1944-)

MP for Blaxland
(1969–1996)

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  Hon Mick Young
(1936-1996)

MP for Port Adelaide
(1974–1988)

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  Hon Peter Walsh
(1935–2015)

Senator for Western Australia
(1974–1993)

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  Hon Bill Hayden
(1933–)

MP for Oxley
(1961–1988)

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  Hon Susan Ryan
(1942–2020)

Senator for Australian Capital Territory
(1975–1987)

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  Hon Gareth Evans QC
(1944–)

Senator for Victoria
(1978–1996)

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  Hon John Dawkins
(1947–)

MP for Fremantle
(1977–1994)

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  Hon John Kerin
(1937–)

MP for Werriwa
(1978–1993)

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  Hon Stewart West
(1934-)

MP for Cunningham
(1977–1993)

Stewart West.jpg
  Hon Kim Beazley
(1948–)

MP for Swan
(1980–1996)

Kim Beazley crop.jpg
  Hon Chris Hurford
(1931–2020)

MP for Adelaide
(1969–1987)

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  Hon Brian Howe
(1936–)

MP for Batman
(1977–1996)

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Outer ministry

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Hon Peter Morris
(1932–)

MP for Shortland
(1972–1998)

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  Hon John Brown
(1931–)

MP for Parramatta
(1977–1990)

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  Hon Dr Neal Blewett
(1933–)

MP for Bonython
(1977–1994)

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  Hon Dr Barry Jones
(1932–)

MP for Lalor
(1977–1998)

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  Hon Gordon Scholes
(1931–2018)

MP for Corio
(1967–1993)

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  Hon Michael Duffy
(1938–)

MP for Holt
(1980–1996)

Michael Duffy.jpg
  Hon Barry Cohen
(1935–2017)

MP for Robertson
(1969–1990)

Barry Cohen 1970.png
  Hon Clyde Holding
(1931–2011)

MP for Melbourne Ports
(1977–1998)

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  Hon Arthur Gietzelt
(1920–2014)

Senator for New South Wales
(1971–1989)

Arthur Gietzelt (headshot).jpg
  Hon Tom Uren
(1921–2015)

MP for Reid
(1958–1990)

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  Hon Michael Tate
(1945–)

Senator for Tasmania
(1978–1993) (in Ministry from 16 February 1987)

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See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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