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Bailleu resigns Napthine new vic Premier

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by smee, Mar 6, 2013.

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  2. sigh...
     
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  3. who's that Napthine guy then?
     
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  4. Yeah just heard. The pit, it runs deep.

    They didn't believe Ryan's story, I'd put money on him being next to go.
     
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  5. #5 titus, Mar 6, 2013
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    Napthine is the leader the Libs install when they know they can't possibly win. Professional fall guy.
    Matthew Guy is ready and waiting but he's crafty enough not to take the reins until after the crash.
     
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  6. Won't have to wait long... the crooked pollie in Frankston also resigned and sitting on the x benches, and if they loose the Lyndhurst byelection in April, the lib's are fcuked.

    'rallies' ...why go to Seymour, its all happening in Melbourne's backyard...
     
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  7. Whilst they were screwing every road user Victoria was falling apart. Crime up, water bills up, electricity bills up, gas bills up, smart meters, RECESSION, possible corruption and the list goes on.

    But speed camera revenue was up. What an absolute fcuk up.

    See ya Ted and please take your mate Ryan with you.
     
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  8. Holy shit!!!
     
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  9. Lyndhurst is a safe labor seat, it makes no difference
     
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  10. Apologies....read the article in the age wrong and got the impression it was a safe liberal seat....show how much I care about politicians.....red team, blue team....they're all a bunch of greedy schmucks
     
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  11. All I'm thinking is, how can we capitalise on this?
    Right now, Labor is a in a strong polling position to win the next election but anything could happen. Libs/Nats are running scared. Is it not a good time to ask them where they stand on issues important to us? Get some commitments while they are still soft?
    Maybe they should be asked what they intend to do about some of the RSC recommendations?
     
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  12. because their commitments mean something?
     
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  13. #13 titus, Mar 7, 2013
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2013
    Not sure about this, but I think I just heard that Mulder has been booted out.
    edit. nah, only ejected from the chamber for the session.
     
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  14. Napthine is on record (2002) as calling the Motorcyle Levy

    Let's hold him to that promise!
     
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  15. Good luck with that.
     
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  16. It definitely is good news for Victoria.
     
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  17. Howso???
    Ryan was just another dumb fcuk politician, who will now be replaced by another dumb fcuk politician who the plod, vicroads, TAC and numerous public servants will just lie to as they have always done. Just like every other dumb fcuk politicians before him, the new incumbent will believe everything these pricks tell him.
     
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  18. Interesting that the new police minister is the old Treasurer. Is it too long a stretch to say that revenue sustaining is a factor...?
     
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  19. For posterity:



    • FULL LIST: YOUR NEW VICTORIAN MINISTRY

      Dr DENIS NAPTHINE MP: Premier; Minister for Regional Cities; Minister for Racing

      Mr PETER RYAN MP: Deputy Premier; Minister for Regional and Rural Development; Minister for State Development

      Ms LOUISE ASHER MP: Minister for Innovation, Services and Small Business; Minister for Tourism and Major Events; Minister for Employment and Trade

      Mr ROBERT CLARK MP: Attorney-General; Minister for Finance; Minister for Industrial Relations

      Mr DAVID DAVIS MLC:
      Minister for Health; Minister for Ageing;
      HUGH DELAHUNTY MP: Minister for Sport and Recreation; Minister for Veterans’ Affairs

      Mr MARTIN DIXON MP: Minister for Education

      Mr MATTHEW GUY MLC:
      Minister for Planning

      Mr PETER HALL MLC:
      Minister for Higher Education and Skills; Minister responsible for the Teaching Profession

      Mr DAVID HODGETT MP: Minister for Ports; Minister for Major Projects; Minister for Manufacturing

      Mr NICHOLAS KOTSIRAS MP:
      Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship; Minister for Energy and Resources

      Ms WENDY LOVELL MLC: Minister for Housing; Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development

      Mr ANDREW McINTOSH MP:
      Minister for Gaming Regulation; Minister for Corrections; Minister for Crime Prevention; Minister responsible for IBAC

      Mr TERRY MULDER MP:
      Minister for Public Transport; Minister for Roads

      Mr MICHAEL O’BRIEN MP: Treasurer

      Mrs JEANETTE POWELL MP: Minister for Local Government; Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

      Mr GORDON RICH-PHILLIPS MLC:
      Assistant Treasurer; Minister for Technology; Minister responsible for the Aviation Industry
      Mr RYAN SMITH MP: Minister for Environment and Climate Change; Minister for Youth Affairs

      Mr PETER WALSH MP:
      Minister for Agriculture and Food Security; Minister for Water

      Mr KIM WELLS MP:
      Minister for Police and Emergency Services; Minister for Bushfire Response

      Ms MARY WOOLDRIDGE MP: Minister for Mental Health; Minister for Community Services; Minister for Disability Services and Reform

      Mrs HEIDI VICTORIA MP:
      Minister for the Arts; Minister for Women’s Affairs; Minister for Consumer Affairs

      Mr NICK WAKELING MP: Cabinet Secretary

      FULL LIST OF PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIES

      Mr EDWARD O’DONOHUE MLC:
      Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier

      Mr GARY BLACKWOOD MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Transport

      Ms ANDREA COOTE MLC: Parliamentary Secretary for Families and Community Services

      Ms GEORGIE CROZIER MLC:
      Parliamentary Secretary for Health

      Mr DAMIAN DRUM MLC: Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Development

      Mr DAVID MORRIS MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government

      Mr RUSSELL NORTHE MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business

      Ms DONNA PETROVICH MLC: Parliamentary Secretary for Sustainability and Environment

      Ms INGA PEULICH MLC:
      Parliamentary Secretary for Education

      Mr BILL SYKES MP: Parliamentary Secretary for Primary Industries




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