Prime Minister Julia Gillard & Nicola Roxon
Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. Nicola Louise Roxon (born 1 April 1967) is the Attorney-General of Australia./5
WHY WAS FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL McClelland replaced with Nicola Roxon? Dumped attorney-general Robert McClelland says the Labor Party has not gone far enough in cracking down on corruption in the union movement, citing examples going back to the 1990s connected to Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Mr McClelland, a Kevin Rudd supporter who was demoted from cabinet by Ms Gillard late last year, made a thinly veiled reference to a case involving Ms Gillard and her former partner, Bruce Wilson, a former official of the Australian Workers Union. The former attorney-general spoke in Parliament yesterday during debate over the government’s legislative response to the Health Services Union scandal. Mr McClelland called for the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Bill to be strengthened to increase penalties and give union members the ability to trigger investigations if they suspected corruption. Mr McClelland repeatedly referred to allegations made against Mr Wilson that have been made several times in the Victor ...
Julia Gillard announces Cabinet reshuffle as Minister Chris Evans and Attorney-General Nicola... TEARY Prime Minister Julia Gillard has confirmed the shock resignations of two key members of the government - plunging her stuttering election campaign into further disarray and prompting Opposition speculation of more Labor resignations.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard says her reshuffled cabinet is the team she will be taking to the next election after senior ministers Nicola Roxon and Chris Evans resigned from their roles.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard will hold a media conference with Senator Chris Evans and Nicola Roxon at 11am in Parliament House
Senate leader Chris Evans is set to stand down from Prime Minister Julia Gillard's Cabinet tomorrow.
The sudden resignation of government Senate Leader and Minister for Tertiary Education Chris Evans creates an unexpected intra-party headache for Prime Minister Julia Gillard as she seeks to switch the focus to the Opposition and get clear air for Labor’s pre-poll policy agenda. While Deputy Senate…
Prime Minister Julia Gillard's front bench has backed her decision to announce the election date, despite her telling the Greens and independents first.
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