NSW Labor Shadow Ministry Update
On 11 June 2021, the newly elected Leader of the New South Wales Labor Party, Chris Minns, announced his Shadow Ministry.
Minns was elected unanimously as leader last Friday by the Labor caucus. He was first elected as the Member for Kogarah in Sydney’s St George District at the 2015 State Election and has served in Labor’s Shadow Cabinet since 2018.
Prue Car, the Member for Londonderry in Sydney’s Western Suburbs, has been elected Deputy Labor
Leader. She has served in the NSW Parliament since being elected at the 2015 Election.
Penny Sharpe MLC will become the first female Labor Leader in the Upper House, and John Graham MLC will serve as Deputy Leader in the Upper House.
The full Shadow Ministry was announced Friday 11 June, with their first public appearance on Saturday 12 June in North Parramatta.
|Chris Minns||Leader of the Opposition||Kogarah|
|Prue Car||Deputy Leader of the Opposition Shadow Minister for Education Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Learning||Londonderry|
|Penny Sharpe||Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council Shadow Minister for the Environment||Legislative Council|
|John Graham||Shadow Special Minister of State Shadow Minister for Roads Shadow Minister for Night Time Economy and Music||Legislative Council|
|Daniel Mookhey||Shadow Treasurer Shadow Minister for the Gig Economy||Legislative Council|
|Ryan Park||Shadow Minister for Health Shadow Minister for Mental Health Shadow Minister for the Illawarra and the South Coast||Keira|
|Jo Haylen||Shadow Minister for Transport||Summer Hill|
|Walt Secord||Shadow Minister for the Arts and Heritage Shadow Minister for the Police Shadow Minister for Counter Terrorism Shadow Minister for the North Coast||Legislative Council|
|Paul Scully||Shadow Minister for Planning and Public Spaces||Wollongong|
|Sophie Cotsis||Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations Shadow Minister for Work Health and Safety||Canterbury|
|Michael Daley||Shadow Attorney-General||Maroubra|
|Mick Veitch||Shadow Minister for Regional NSW Shadow Minister for Agriculture Shadow Minister for Western NSW||Legislative Council|
|Yasmin Catley||Shadow Minister for Customer Service Shadow Minister for Digital Shadow Minister for the Hunter||Swansea|
|Kate Washington||Shadow Minister for Family and Community Services||Port Stephens|
|Shadow Minister for Disability Inclusion|
|Jihad Dib||Shadow Minister for Emergency Services Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change||Lakemba|
|Tara Moriarty||Shadow Minister for Corrections Shadow Minister for Juvenile Justice Shadow Minister for Medical Research||Legislative Council|
|David Harris||Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Treaty Shadow Minister for Jobs, Investment and Tourism Shadow Minister for the Central Coast||Wyong|
|Jenny Aitchison||Shadow Minister for Regional Transport and Roads||Maitland|
|Julia Finn||Shadow Minister for Sport Shadow Minister for Youth||Granville|
|Jodie Harrison||Shadow Minister for Women Shadow Minister for Seniors Shadow Minister for Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault||Charlestown|
|Greg Warren||Shadow Minister for Local Government Shadow Minister for Veterans Shadow Minister for Western Sydney||Campbelltown|
|Anoulack Chanthivong||Shadow Minister for Finance Shadow Minister for Industry and Trade||Macquarie Fields|
|Steve Kamper||Shadow Minister for Small Business Shadow Minister for Property Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism||Rockdale|
|Tania Mihailuk||Shadow Minister for Natural Resources||Bankstown|
|Rose Jackson||Shadow Minister for Water, Housing and Homelessness||Legislative Council|
|Courtney Houssos||Shadow Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation||Legislative Council|
|Tim Crakanthorp||Shadow Minister for Skills and TAFE Shadow Minister for Tertiary Education||Newcastle|
|Ron Hoenig||Manager of Opposition Business (Sitting outside Shadow Cabinet)||Heffron|
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