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> Nsw Premier Morris Iemma Resigns
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post Sep 5 2008, 12:08 PM
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Morris Iemma has resigned as NSW Premier.

It is understood Water Minister Nathan Rees will take over.

Mr Iemma faced a caucus revolt this morning and Mr Rees had the numbers to overthrow Mr Iemma.

It is understood that there is so much division within the dominant right faction that Mr Iemma appeared to have lost a significant amount of support from once-loyal backers.

The right-wing powerbrokers Eddie Obeid and Joe Tripodi are understoood to have told Mr Iemma that he had lost the support of MPs and would not survive a caucus meeting.

The pressure intensified after outgoing Treasurer Michael Costa set off a series of bombs at his press conference earlier this morning.




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Total fuck up in the NSW Labour Party.

Don't expect to see anything better under the LIBS. Mark my word.


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post Sep 7 2008, 04:10 PM
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Some food for thought?
From the NSW government hansard : Question asked on 28 June 2007 (session 54-1) and published in Questions & Answers Paper No. 18.


Mr Chris Hartcher to the Minister for Local Government, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Minister Assisting the Minister for Health (Mental Health)—

On what date did Nathan Rees resign from his position as Chief of Staff in the office of either former Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Milton Orkopolous, or former Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Reba Meagher?
On what date was Mr Rees appointed to this position?
What was his public service or SES grade and what was his level of remuneration including salary and allowances?



Answer—
This question should be directed to the Premier.
This question should be directed to the Premier.
This question should be directed to the Premier.
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post Sep 8 2008, 01:54 PM
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The unfortunatly depart from Morris Iemma.

The new NSW Premier Nathan Rees has finalised his new cabinet, naming Eric Roozendaal as the state's new Treasurer and putting John Della Bosca in charge of Health.

After announcing the members of the front bench yesterday, Mr Rees today revealed the allocation of portfolios.

John Hatzistergos remains Attorney-General, while Deputy Premier Carmel Tebbutt takes on the Climate Change and Environment portfolio as well as Commerce.

David Campbell has been promoted from the Police portfolio to the important Transport Ministry, while Verity Firth takes over Education and Training, as well as Women.

Axed minister Frank Sartor's Planning responsibilities have been handed to Kristina Keneally, while Maroubra MP Michael Daley enters cabinet as Roads Minister.

Joe Tripodi retains Ports and Waterways, and Regulatory Reform, but adds the title of Finance Minister and Infrastructure Minister.

Matt Brown becomes Police Minister, leaving his former housing responsibilities to new frontbencher David Borger.

Phillip Costa is Minister for Water, Rural Affairs and Regional Development, while Tony Kelly is Industrial Relations Minister, but also heads the Emergency Services and Lands portfolios.

Newcomer Jodi McKay is Tourism Minister and Minister for the Hunter, while Paul Lynch is Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Ageing and Disability Services.

Tony Stewart was named Small Business Minister and Minister for Science and Medical Research, and Assistant Health Minister (Cancer).

Linda Burney takes over as Community Services Minister, while Ian Macdonald remains Primary Industries, Energy and Mineral Resources and State Development Minister.

Kevin Greene takes over from Graham West as Gaming and Racing, and Sport and Recreation Minister, while Mr West is now Juvenile Justice, Youth, and Volunteering Minister.

Barbara Perry is Local Government Minister, and an Assistant Health Minister (Mental Health), and the new Fair Trading Minister is Virginia Judge, who also has responsibility for Citizenship, and assisting the new Arts Minister, who is Mr Rees


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