When was Malcolm Turnbull Prime Minister?
Table of Contents
- 1 When was Malcolm Turnbull Prime Minister?
- 2 Where is Malcolm Fraser from?
- 3 Who was Prime Minister in 1980 Australia?
- 4 What political party does Malcolm Turnbull belong to?
- 5 Where did Malcolm Fraser attend school?
- 6 When was Malcolm Fraser born?
- 7 Who was the only female Prime Minister in Australia?
- 8 Who was the longest serving Prime Minister in Australia?
- 9 What happened to Bob Fraser as Prime Minister of Australia?
- 10 What happened to Tony Fraser as education minister?
When was Malcolm Turnbull Prime Minister?
Malcolm Bligh Turnbull AC (born 24 October 1954) is a former Australian politician who served as the 29th prime minister of Australia from 2015 to 2018. He held office as leader of the Liberal Party of Australia.
Where is Malcolm Fraser from?
Malcolm Fraser/Place of birth
Who was Prime Minister in 1980 Australia?
List of officeholders
|22||Malcolm Fraser (1930–2015)||1977|
|23||Bob Hawke (1929–2019)||1983|
Who was the shortest Australian Prime Minister?
Forde resigned as prime minister on 13 July, after one week in office. He is Australia’s shortest-serving prime minister.
What is Lucy Turnbull?
Lucy Hughes Turnbull/Professions
Lucinda Mary Turnbull AO (née Hughes; born 30 March 1958) is an Australian businesswoman, philanthropist, and former local government politician. She served on the Sydney City Council from 1999 to 2004, including as Lord Mayor of Sydney from 2003 to 2004 – the first woman to hold the position.
What political party does Malcolm Turnbull belong to?
Where did Malcolm Fraser attend school?
Tudor House1940–1943University of OxfordGeelong Grammar SchoolMelbourne Grammar School
When was Malcolm Fraser born?
May 21, 1930
Malcolm Fraser/Date of birth
Who was the prime minister before Malcolm Fraser?
|The Right Honourable Malcolm Fraser AC CH GCL|
|Prime Minister||Gough Whitlam|
|Preceded by||Billy Snedden|
|Succeeded by||Gough Whitlam|
Who was prime minister in the 50s?
List of prime ministers
|Name||Time in office||Political party|
|Winston Churchill||1951 – 1955||Conservative|
|Clement Attlee||1945 – 1951||Labour|
|Winston Churchill||1940 – 1945||Conservative|
|Neville Chamberlain||1937 – 1940||Conservative|
Who was the only female Prime Minister in Australia?
Julia Gillard (27th Prime Minister, 2010–13) is the first female Prime Minister of Australia. No woman has yet served as Leader of the Opposition in the Commonwealth Parliament.
Who was the longest serving Prime Minister in Australia?
The longest-serving prime minister was Robert Menzies, who served in office twice: from 26 April 1939 to 28 August 1941, and again from 19 December 1949 to 26 January 1966. In total Robert Menzies spent 18 years, 5 months and 12 days in office.
What happened to Bob Fraser as Prime Minister of Australia?
A devastating series of bushfires burn across south-eastern Australia. 75 people are killed and more than 3700 buildings destroyed. The Coalition under Fraser was defeated by Labor under Bob Hawke. Fraser’s term as prime minister ended when Bob Hawke was sworn in on 11 March 1983. Fraser resigned from Parliament on 31 March 1983.
Who was the Prime Minister of Australia in 1975?
John Malcolm Fraser AC CH GCL (/ˈfreɪzər/; 21 May 1930 – 20 March 2015) was an Australian politician who served as the 22nd Prime Minister of Australia, in office from 1975 to 1983 as leader of the Liberal Party.
When was Fraser Fraser elected to the House of Representatives?
After an initial defeat in 1954, he was elected to the House of Representatives at the 1955 federal election, standing in the Division of Wannon. He was 25 at the time, making him one of the youngest people ever elected to parliament. When Harold Holt became prime minister in 1966, Fraser was appointed Minister for the Army.
What happened to Tony Fraser as education minister?
McMahon immediately reappointed Fraser to the Cabinet, returning him to his old position of Minister for Education and Science. When the Liberals were defeated at the 1972 election by the Labor Party under Gough Whitlam, McMahon resigned and Fraser became Shadow Minister for Labour under Billy Snedden.