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Government Speech

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Caleb Burke

on 26 June 2013

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This can occur when their party doesn't like their PM so they would be replaced with sombody else or these reasons
Robert Gordon Menzies was Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister. He held the office twice, from 1939 to 1941 and from 1949 to 1966. Altogether he was Prime Minister for over 18 years!
Francis Michael Forde was an Australian politician and the 15th Prime Minister of Australia. He was the shortest serving Prime Minister in Australia's history being in office for only eight days. This is because he Resigned.
Edmund Barton
Alfred Deakin
John Watson
George Reid
Andrew Fisher
Joseph Cook
1901-03 Edmund Barton - Protectionist
1903-04 Alfred Deakin - Protectionist
1904 - John Watson - Labor
1904-05 George Reid - Free Trade
1905-08 Alfred Deakin - Protectionist
1908-09 Andrew Fisher - Labor
1909-10 Alfred Deakin - Fusion
1910-13 Andrew Fisher - Labor
1913-14 Joseph Cook - Liberal
1914-15 Andrew Fisher - Labor
1915-17 William Hughes - Labor
1917-23 William Hughes - Nationalist
1923-29 Stanley Bruce - Nationalist
1929-32 James Scullin - Labor
1932-39 Joseph Lyons - United
1939 - Earle Page - Country
1939-41 Robert Menzies - United
1941 - Arthur Fadden - Country
1941-45 John Curtin - Labor
1945 - Francis Forde - Labor
1945-49 Ben Chifley - Labor
1949-66 Robert Menzies - Liberal
1966-67 Harold Holt - Liberal
1967-68 John McEwan - Country
1968-71 John Gorton - Liberal
1971-72 John McMahon - Liberal
1972-75 Gough Whitlam - Labor
1975-83 Malcolm Fraser - Liberal
1983-91 Robert Hawke - Labor
1991-96 Paul Keating - Labor
1996-2007 John Howard - Liberal
2007-10 Kevin Rudd - Labor
2010-2013 Julia Gillard - Labor
William Hughes
Stanley Bruce
James Scullin
Joseph Lyons
Earle Page
Arthur Fadden
John Curtin
Francis Forde
Ben Chifley
Robert Menzies
Harold Holt
John McEwan
John Gorton
John McMahon
Gough Whitlam
Robert Hawke
Paul Keating
Kevin Rudd
Julia Gillard
Labor - 14 times in office
Liberal - 7 times in office
Protecionist - 3 times in office
Free Trade - 1 time in office
Fusion - 1 time in office
Nationalist - 2 times in office
United - 2 time in office
Country - 3 times in office

Labor Has Been elected 7 more times than Liberal because Labor has been serving longer than Liberal.
Born:
18 January 1849, Glebe, Sydney

Education:
Sydney Grammar University of Sydney

Employment:
barrister, judge

Memberships:
Freemasons; Athenaeum Club

Marriage:
28 December 1877, Newcastle, NSW

Died:
7 January 1920, Medlow Bath, NSW

Buried:
South Head Cemetery, Sydney

Born:
11 June 1851, London

Died:
23 March 1938, Sydney
Billy Hughes - Died
Stanley Bruce - Lost Seat
Joseph Lyons - Died
Sir Earle Page - Defeated
John Curtin - Lost Seat & Died
Frank Forde - Deafeted
Ben Chifley - Lost Seat & Died
John Howard - Lost Seat
Billy Hughes - Died
Stanley Bruce - Lost Seat
Joseph Lyons - Died
Sir Earle Page - Defeated
John Curtin - Lost Seat & Died
Frank Forde - Deafeted
Ben Chifley - Lost Seat & Died
John Howard - Lost Seat
This can occur when their party doesn't like their PM so they would be replaced with sombody else. The reasons Would Be Either Died, Lost Seat or Defeated
A vice Regal termination is When the Queens Representitive dismisses a PM
This Happened in 1975 because the Whitlam government lost control of the Senate and was later on was unable to the get the Budget passed by the Senate. This leaded in a government with no operating capital with which to run the country. Since the elected government was unable to govern, the Governor-General sacked the Whitlam government.
I had to Say The Funniest Way of Leaving PM is that one got Lost At Sea!!! The Rest either Died, Was Defeated, Lost seat or Retired
Robert Menzies
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