Qld’s new shadow cabinet named

Frecklington names shadow cabinet

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NEW TEAM: Opposition leader Deb Frecklington has named Queensland's opposition cabinet.

NEW TEAM: Opposition leader Deb Frecklington has named Queensland's opposition cabinet.

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Opposition leader Deb Frecklington has named Queensland's opposition cabinet.

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QUEENSLAND’s new shadow cabinet has been named.

Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington said she had pushed the reset button.

“Today, I take the first step by unveiling our Shadow Cabinet to keep Labor to account and that will work their butts off to earn back the trust of Queenslanders,” Ms Frecklington said.

“It is a mix of experience and new faces.

“I have given them all one message – earn it. Earn the trust of Queenslanders. Earn the respect of Queenslanders.

“I have communicated to my new team, my first priority is to unite Queensland with a team that represents all of Queensland.

“We need to end Labor’s division between South East Queensland and the rest of the state.  

“The other priorities are tackling ICE, creating jobs and busting congestion by building more infrastructure, delivering better services and taking action on the cost of living.

“This is the team that will hold the Palaszczuk Government to account and earn back the trust and respect of Queenslanders.”  

Former LNP leader Tim Nicholls is not in the shadow ministry. Instead he has been appointed chair of Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Commission.

LNP Opposition shadow ministers

- Opposition Leader and Shadow Minister for Trade: Deb Frecklington.

- Deputy Opposition Leader and Shadow Treasurer: Tim Mander.

- Shadow Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning: Andrew Powell.

- Shadow Minister for Employment and Small Business, Shadow Minister for Training and Skills Development: Fiona Simpson.

- Shadow Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, Shadow Minister for Women: Ros Bates.

- Shadow Minister for Education and Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations, Manager of Opposition Business: Jarrod Bleijie.

- Shadow Attorney-General and Shadow Minister for Justice: David Janetzki.

- Shadow Minister for Transport and Main Roads: Steve Minnikin.

- Shadow Minister for Natural Resources and Mines, Shadow Minister for Northern Queensland: Dale Last.

- Shadow Minister for Police and Counter Terrorism, Shadow Minister for Corrective Services: Trevor Watts.

- Shadow Minister for Environment, Science and the Great Barrier Reef, Shadow Minister for Tourism: David Crisafulli.

- Shadow Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Forestry: Tony Perrett.

- Shadow Minister for Housing and Public Works, Shadow Minister for Energy, Shadow Minister for Innovation and Digital Technology: Michael Hart.

- Shadow Minister for Local Government: Ann Leahy.

- Shadow Minister for Communities and Shadow Minister for Disability Services and Seniors, Shadow Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Shadow Minister for the Arts: Christian Rowan.

- Shadow Minister for Sport & Racing and Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Shadow Minister for the Commonwealth Games: John-Paul Langbroek.

- Shadow Minister for Child Safety, Youth and Shadow Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Shadow Minister for Veterans: Stephen Bennett.

- Shadow Minister for Fire, Emergency Services and Volunteers: Lachlan Millar.

The story Qld’s new shadow cabinet named first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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