Second Keating Ministry

The Second Keating Ministry (Labor) was the 60th ministry of the Government of Australia, and was led by Prime Minister Paul Keating. It succeeded the First Keating Ministry upon its swearing in by Governor-General Bill Hayden on 24 March 1993 after the 1993 election, and was replaced by the First Howard Ministry led by John Howard on 11 March 1996 following the Labor government’s defeat at the 1996 election.[1]

Contents

1 Cabinet March 1995
2 Cabinet November 1995
3 Outer ministry
4 Parliamentary Secretaries
5 See also
6 Notes

Cabinet March 1995[edit]

Paul Keating, MP: Prime Minister
Kim Beazley, MP: Minister for Finance, Deputy Prime Minister
Gareth Evans, QC MP: Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade
Senator Robert Ray: Minister for Defence
Ralph Willis, MP: Treasurer
Senator Nick Bolkus: Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Multicultural Affairs
Simon Crean, MP: Minister for Employment, Education and Training
Senator Peter Cook: Minister for Housing, Infrastructure and Regional Development
Alan Griffiths, MP: Minister for Industry, Science and Technology
Senator Bob Collins: Minister for Primary Industries and Northern Australia
Michael Lee, MP: Minister for Communications and the Arts
Peter Baldwin, MP: Minister for Social Security
Laurie Brereton, MP: Minister for Industrial Relations. Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Public Service Matters
Michael Lavarch, MP: Attorney-General
Senator John Faulkner: Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories
Dr Hon Carmen Lawrence, MP: Minister for Human Services and Health, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women
David Beddall, MP: Minister for Resources and Energy

Cabinet November 1995[edit]

Paul Keating, MP: Prime Minister
Kim Beazley, MP: Minister for Finance, Deputy Prime Minister
Ralph Willis, MP QC: Treasurer
Senator Robert Ray: Minister for Defence
Mark Latham, MP: Minister for Housing, Infrastructure and Regional Development
Senator Nick Bolkus: Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Multicultural Affairs
Simon Crean, MP: Minister for Employment, Education and Training
Senator Peter Cook: Minister for Trade
Alan Griffiths, MP: Minister for Industry, Science and Technology
Senator Bob Collins: Minister for Primary Industries and Northern Australia
Michael Lee, MP: Minister for Communications and the Arts
Peter Baldwin, MP: Minister for Social Security
Laurie Bre