A Handbook of Australian Government and Politics, 1985-1999
Federation Press, 2002 - 355 ページ
This handbook completes Emeritus Professor Colin Hughes' major reference work on Australian government and politics in the 20th century. It is a sequel to three earlier volumes published in 1968, 1977 and 1986, which have become standard research tools for Australian historians and political scientists. It details, firstly, all members of all Australian ministries, cabinets and portfolios, with dates and notes, and secondly, voting information (both upper and lower houses of Parliament) for all general elections, Commonwealth, State and Territory, held between 1985 and 1999. It thus gathers together in the one book information which is otherwise scattered through a number of official publications, some not widely available. This consolidation and annotation follows the format established in the three earlier volumes and will join them as an indispensable reference work.
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24 July 25 Sept 29 June 9 Dec 9 Jan 9 Oct Aboriginal Affairs Andrew McCutcheon Assisting the Minister Assisting the Premier Assisting the Prime Call to Australia Carl Scully Citizens Electoral Councils Clyde Holding Community Services Consumer Affairs CONTESTED SEATS WON Democrat Deputy Premier Electoral Electoral Amendment Emergency Services Ethnic Affairs Ian Maxwell Independents Informal vote Total James Gibbs Liberal Minister Assisting Minister for Community Minister for Education Minister for Employment Minister for Energy Minister for Health Minister for Housing Minister for Industry Minister for Lands Minister for Mines Minister for Police Minister for Primary Minister for Sport Minister for Tourism Minister for Transport National Preferences were distributed Primary Industries Prime Minister Ralph Willis Robert James Webster Ronald SEATS CONTESTED SEATS SMALL BUSINESS TOTAL VALID VOTE Total vote Enrolment Valid vote Informal VALID VOTE SEATS vote Informal vote VOTE SEATS CONTESTED vote Total vote