Daniel Andrews

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Daniel Andrews

Australian politician add

Category: Politics

Born in 1972.

Countries: Australia (50%), Seychelles (25%), (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: John Brumby, Brian Tee (politician), Australian Labor Party

Linked to: Australian Labor Party, Liberal Party of Australia, Victorian Liberal Party

 

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Daniel Andrews was born in 1972 add something


1996

Andrews was educated at Galen Catholic College, Wangaratta and was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1996 from Monash University add something


1999

He worked at the party's head office from 1999 to 2002, initially as an organiser, and as assistant state secretary add something


2002

Following his election to parliament in the Legislative Assembly seat of Mulgrave at the 2002 election, Andrews was immediately promoted to the role of Parliamentary Secretary for Health in the Steve Bracks Labor government add something

 

The member for the Legislative Assembly seat of Mulgrave since 2002, Andrews has served as a parliamentary secretary and minister in the Steve Bracks and John Brumby Labor governments add something


2006

Four years later he became the Minister for Gaming, Minister for Consumer Affairs and Minister Assisting the Premier on Multicultural Affairs following the 2006 election add something


2007

When Bracks retired from parliament in 2007, Andrews became the Minister for Health in the John Brumby Labor government add something


2010

On 3 December 2010, following the defeat of the 11-year Labor government at the 2010 election, Andrews was elected as Labor Party leader and Leader of the Opposition in Victoria, with Rob Hulls as deputy add something

 

Brian Tee (politician) - Following the defeat of the Brumby Government at the 2010 election, Tee was elected as Shadow Minister for Planning and Shadow Minister for Sustainable Growth in the Andrews Opposition


2012

Hulls resigned in early 2012 and was replaced as deputy by James Merlino add something


2013

On 19 September 2013, Andrews was suspended from Parliament for three days after being "named" for disorderly conduct add something


2014

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By the time the writs were dropped for the 2014 state election, Labor had been ahead in most opinion polls for almost two years add something

 

By the time the writs were dropped for the 2014 state election, Labor had been ahead in most opinion polls for almost two years add something

 

By the time the writs were dropped for the 2014 state election, Labor had been ahead in most opinion polls for almost two years add something

 

By the time the writs were dropped for the 2014 state election, Labor had been ahead in most opinion polls for almost two years add something

 

By the time the writs were dropped for the 2014 state election, Labor had been ahead in most opinion polls for almost two years add something

 

Elections: 2014 add something

 

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On 29 November 2014, he was elected Premier of Victoria after the ALP won the state election, defeating the incumbent Liberal government add something

 

Brian Tee (politician) - Tee was not appointed to the incoming Andrews ministry after the Victorian state election, 2014, as he had lost his seat to the Greens

 

Victoria (Australia) - Premier Daniel Andrews leads the Australian Labor Party that won the November 2014 Victorian state election


2017

On 20 September 2017, the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2017 was introduced into the Legislative Assembly of the Victorian Parliament by the Andrews Labor Government add something

 

The bill was debated in the lower house over three sitting days, passing the Assembly without amendment on 20 October 2017 after an emotional and tense debate which lasted more than 24 hours add something

 

The Bill finally passed through parliament, with amendments made in the Victorian Legislative Council, on 29 November 2017 add something


2018

On 24 November 2018, he was re-elected as Premier of Victoria when the ALP won the 2018 election add something