Tony Abbott

Australie politeecian

Anthony John Abbott (born 4 November 1957), commonly kent as Tony Abbott, is the 28t an former Prime Meenister o Australie. He had held the position syne 2013, an had been the Leader o the Leeberal Pairty syne 2009, afore being succeedit bi Malcolm Turnbull on 15 September 2015. Abbott is the Member o Pairlament representin Warringah, syne election in 1994.

Tony Abbott

28t Prime Meenister o Australie
In office
18 September 2013 – 15 September 2015
MonarchElizabeth II
Govrenor-GeneralQuentin Bryce
Peter Cosgrove
DeputeWarren Truss
Precedit biKevin Rudd
Succeedit biMalcolm Turnbull
Leader of the Liberal Party
In office
1 December 2009 – 15 September 2015
DeputeJulie Bishop
Precedit biMalcolm Turnbull
Succeedit biMalcolm Turnbull
10th Chairperson-in-office o the Commonweel o Naitions
In office
18 September 2013 – 15 November 2013
HeidElizabeth II
Precedit biKevin Rudd
Succeedit biMahinda Rajapaksa
Leader o the Opposeetion
In office
1 December 2009 – 18 September 2013
DeputeJulie Bishop
Precedit biMalcolm Turnbull
Succeedit biChris Bowen
Meenister for Heal an Agein
In office
7 October 2003 – 3 Dizember 2007
Prime MeenisterJohn Howard
Precedit biKay Patterson
Succeedit biNicola Roxon
Meenister for Employment, Wirkplace Relations an Smaw Business
In office
21 October 1998 – 7 October 2003
Prime MeenisterJohn Howard
Precedit biChris Ellison
Succeedit biKevin Andrews
Member o the Australie Pairlament
for Warringah
Assumed office
26 Mairch 1994
Precedit biMichael MacKellar
Majority27,421 (15.35%)
Personal details
BornAnthony John Abbott
(1957-11-04) 4 November 1957 (age 66)
Lunnon, Ingland, UK
Poleetical pairtyLeeberal Pairty
Ither poleetical
Spoose(s)Margie Abbott (m. 1988–present)
ResidenceKirribilli House (Sydney)
Australian Federal Police College (Canberra)[1]
Alma materUniversity of Sydney
Queen's College, Oxford
St Patrick's Seminary, Manly
ReligionRoman Catholicism
WabsteidPrime Minister's website
Official website

References eedit

  1. Hurst, Daniel (15 September 2013). "Tony Abbott opts for modest lodgings". Retrieved 16 September 2013.