Second McGowan Ministry

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Second McGowan Ministry
37th Cabinet of Western Australia
Incumbent
Date formed19 March 2021 (2021-03-19)
People and organisations
Head of state Elizabeth II represented by Kim Beazley
Head of government Mark McGowan
Deputy head of government Roger Cook
No. of ministers17
Member party Labor
Status in legislatureMajority Labor Government
Opposition party National
Opposition leader Mia Davies
History
Election(s) 2021 Western Australian state election
Predecessor First McGowan Ministry

The Second McGowan Ministry is the 37th ministry of the Government of Western Australia. Led by the Premier Mark McGowan and Deputy Premier Roger Cook, it succeeded the First McGowan Ministry following the 2021 election and was sworn in on 19 March 2021. [1] [2]

OfficeMinister

Premier
Treasurer
Minister for Public Sector Management
Minister for Federal-State Relations

Mark McGowan, MLA

Deputy Premier
Minister for Health
Minister for Medical Research
Minister for State Development
Minister for Jobs and Trade
Minister for Science

Roger Cook, MLA

Minister for Education and Training
Leader of the Legislative Council

Sue Ellery, MLC

Minister for Mental Health
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Minister for Industrial Relations
Deputy Leader in the Legislative Council

Stephen Dawson, MLC

Minister for Regional Development
Minister for Agriculture and Food
Minister assisting the Minister for State Development for Hydrogen

Alannah MacTiernan, MLC

Minister for Tourism
Minister for Heritage
Minister for Culture and the Arts
Leader of the House

David Templeman, MLA

Attorney-General
Minister for Electoral Affairs

John Quigley, MLA

Minister for Police
Minister for Road Safety
Minister for Defence Industry
Minister for Veterans Issues

Paul Papalia, MLA

Minister for Energy
Minister for Mines and Petroleum
Minister for Corrective Services

Bill Johnston, MLA

Minister for Transport
Minister for Planning
Minister for Ports

Rita Saffioti, MLA

Minister for Finance
Minister for Lands
Minister for Sport and Recreation
Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests

Tony Buti, MLA

Minister for Child Protection
Minister for Women's Interests
Minister for Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence
Minister for Community Services

Simone McGurk, MLA

Minister for Water
Minister for Forestry
Minister for Youth

Dave Kelly, MLA

Minister for Environment
Minister for Climate Action
Minister for Commerce

Amber-Jade Sanderson, MLA

Minister for Housing
Minister for Local Government

John Carey, MLA

Minister for Disability Services
Minister for Innovation and ICT
Minister for Seniors and Ageing

Don Punch, MLA

Minister for Emergency Services
Minister for Racing and Gaming
Minister for Small Business
Minister for Volunteering

Reece Whitby, MLA


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References

  1. WA election: The MPs in line for a promotion in Mark McGowan's cabinet reshuffle ABC News 15 March 2021
  2. "Mark McGowan's new Cabinet sworn in after historic election win". ABC News. 19 March 2021. Retrieved 19 March 2021.
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