CANBERRA LIBERALS SHADOW CABINET REALLOCATION

Today I’m announcing a reallocation of Shadow Cabinet portfolios, Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Hanson said today.

“I’m lucky to lead a Canberra Liberals team with a wealth of talent and experience, who will take on additional roles following on from Brendan’s Smyth’s resignation,” Mr Hanson said.

“All existing Shadow Ministers will retain their current responsibilities.

“Shadow Cabinet is as follows with new roles highlighted:

Jeremy Hanson                                                                    

Leader of the Opposition

Shadow Minister for Health

Shadow Attorney-General

Shadow Minister for Police

Shadow Minister for Gaming and Racing

Shadow Minister for Veterans’ Affairs

Alistair Coe

Deputy Leader of the Opposition

Shadow Treasurer

Shadow Minister for Transport

Shadow Minister for Urban Services

Shadow Minister for Planning and Infrastructure

Shadow Minister for Heritage

Steve Doszpot

Shadow Minister for Education

Shadow Minister for Higher Education

Shadow Minister for Sport and Recreation

Shadow Minister for Ageing

Shadow Minister for ICT

Andrew Wall

Shadow Minister for Business and Economic Development

Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations

Shadow Minister for Corrections

Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs

Shadow Minister for Disability

Shadow Minister for Youth

Nicole Lawder

Shadow Minister for Family and Community Services

Shadow Minister for Environment

Shadow Minister for Housing

Shadow Minister for Arts and Tourism

Giulia Jones

Shadow Minister for Women

Shadow Minister for Emergency Services

Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs

Shadow Minister for Mental Health

“Alistair Coe will also become Chair of the Estimates Committee, a Member of the Parliamentary Budget Office Select Committee and a Member of the Public Accounts Committee. Nicole Lawder will become Chair of the Public Accounts Committee. Andrew Wall will also become the Opposition Whip.

“This is a strong Shadow Cabinet and I’ll be proud to lead this team forward as head towards the ACT Election in October,” Mr Hanson concluded.