Second Paul Gordon ministry

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Second Paul Gordon ministry
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20th Ministry of Kingdom of Queensland
Date formed2 March 2023 (2023-03-02)
People and organisations
Head of stateAlbert
Head of governmentSir Paul Gordon
Deputy head of governmentSir Robert Brian
No. of ministers13
History
Outgoing election27 February - 1 March 2023
Legislature term(s)14th
PredecessorFirst Paul Gordon ministry

The Second Paul Gordon ministry was the 20th Union Cabinet endorsed by King Albert, which was adopted on 2 March after the end of the 11th general election and Sir Paul Gordon received the largest number of votes for the second time, Sir Gordon has the right to form a His Majesty's government.

Composition

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister and Chairman of the Council of Ministers
First Lord of the Treasury
Chancellor of the Federal Territories
Secretary of State for the Government Administration Reform
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Deputy Prime Minister
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Secretary of State for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs
Secretary of State for the Health and Social Care
Sir Robert Brian
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Secretary of State for Defence
Secretary of State for Homeland Security
Secretary of State for the Emergency Situations and Public Safety
Pieter Hendrik
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Lord Chancellor
Secretary of State for Justice
Secretary of State for the Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development
Secretary of State for Transport
Sir Colin Thomas
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs
Secretary of State for the Education
Michael Braun
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Secretary of State for the International Development
Secretary of State for Transport
Stephanie Wera
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal

Ministers of State

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister for the Cabinet Office
Minister for Intergovernmental Relations
Minister of State for Government Efficiency
Minister of State for Media and Digital
Minister of State for Sport, Tourism, Heritage and Civil Society
Minister of State for Arts
Mary Marguerite
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Economic Development
Minister of State for Planning and Finance
Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Minister of State for Home Affairs and National Development
Hywel Butler
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Development
Minister of State for the Queensland Commonwealth
Minister of State for Social Development and Employment
Dame Christine Ank
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Crime and Policing
Minister of State for Immigration Compliance and the Courts
Minister for National Security and Intelligence
Minister of State for Police and Illegal Migration
Minister of State for the Armed Forces and Veterans
Jacquelin Marc
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Local Government
Minister of State for Transformation and Civil Service
Minister of State for National Development
Minister of State for Health
Minister of State for Care and Mental Health
Minister of State for Patient Safety and Primary Care
Francis Gillespie
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Territorial Coordination
Minister of State for Regional and Local Cooperation
Minister of State for Regional and Local Legal Regime
Minister of State for Organizing National Test
Minister of State for Science
Antonette Penny
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal
Minister of State for Climate
Minister of State for Science, Research and Innovation
Minister of State for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Ben Wakeford
2 March 2023Incumbent Liberal