Anthony Albanese

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(politician)
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BornAnthony Norman Albanese
2 March 1963
Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Alma materUniversity of Sydney
New Prime Minister of Australia

Employment.png Prime Minister of Australia

In office
23 May 2022 - Present
Preceded byScott Morrison

Employment.png Leader of the Australian Labor Party

In office
30 May 2019 - Present

Employment.png Australia/Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
30 May 2019 - 23 May 2022

Employment.png Australia/Deputy Prime Minister Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
27 June 2013 - 18 September 2013
BossKevin Rudd
Appointed byKevin Rudd

Employment.png Deputy Leader of the Labor Party

In office
26 June 2013 - 13 October 2013
Appointed byKevin Rudd

Employment.png Australia/Minister/Infrastructure and Transport

In office
3 December 2007 - 18 September 2013
Appointed byKevin Rudd,  Julia Gillard

Employment.png Australia/Leader of the House

In office
3 December 2007 - 18 September 2013
Appointed byKevin Rudd,  Julia Gillard
Preceded byTony Abbott

Employment.png Member of the Australian Parliament

In office
2 March 1996 - Present

Anthony Albanese was elected Prime Minister of Australia in 2022.[1]

Climate change is his top priority.[2] Also removing Queen Elizabeth II as head of state is on the agenda.[3]

He has appointed more women to the cabinet than ever before; including two WEF/Young Global Leaders, Clare O'Neil and Anne Aly.[4]

He was being urged by his Labor backbenchers to intervene into the Julian Assange trial.[5] He visited Volodymyr Zelensky in Ukraine in July 2022.[6]


 

Appointments by Anthony Albanese

AppointeeJobAppointed
Anne AlyMinister for Youth1 June 2022
Anne AlyMinister for Early Childhood Education1 June 2022
Clare O'NeilAustralia/Minister/Home Affairs1 June 2022


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