Malcolm Turnbull

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(investment banker, Lawyer, Businessman, Politician)
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BornMalcolm Bligh Turnbull
24 October 1954
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Alma materSydney Grammar School, University of Sydney, Brasenose College (Oxford)
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Parents • Bruce Turnbull
• Coral Lansbury
Children2
SpouseLucy Hughes
Member ofAustralian Club (Sydney), Global Panel Foundation/Board of Advisors
PartyLiberal Party

Employment.png Prime Minister of Australia

In office
15 September 2015 - 24 August 2018
DeputyBarnaby Joyce
Preceded byTony Abbott
Succeeded byScott Morrison

Employment.png Australia/Liberal Party/Leader

In office
14 September 2015 - 24 August 2018

Employment.png Australia/Liberal Party/Leader

In office
16 September 2008 - 1 December 2009

Employment.png Australia/Minister for Communications

In office
18 September 2013 - 14 September 2015

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

In office
16 September 2008 - 1 December 2009
Succeeded byTony Abbott

Employment.png Australia/Minister for the Environment and Water

In office
30 January 2007 - 3 December 2007

Employment.png Australia/Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources

In office
27 October 2017 - 20 December 2017
Preceded byBarnaby Joyce

Employment.png Australia/Republican Movement/Chair

In office
1 April 1993 - 26 January 2000

Employment.png Australia/Republic Advisory Committee/Chairman

In office
13 March 1993 - 6 November 1999

Malcolm Turnbull is a former Prime Minister of Australia.

“The laws of Australia prevail in Australia, I can assure you of that. The laws of mathematics are very commendable but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia.”
Malcolm Turnbull (14 July 2017)  [1]

 

Appointments by Malcolm Turnbull

AppointeeJobAppointedEnd
Julie BishopAustralia/Minister/Foreign Affairs18 September 201328 August 2018
Julie BishopAustralia/Deputy Leader of the Opposition3 December 200718 September 2013
Julie BishopDeputy Leader of the Liberal Party29 November 200724 August 2018
Greg HuntAustralia/Minister/Sport24 January 201720 December 2017
Greg HuntAustralia/Minister for Health and Aged Care24 January 2017
Greg HuntAustralia/Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science19 July 201624 January 2017

 

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