Bill Shorten has vowed to put an end to in-fighting with today’s announcement of a new shadow ministry.
At a press conference earlier this afternoon, Shorten named the 28 politicians who will sit on Labor’s front bench, as well as naming former health minister Tanya Plibersek deputy leader of the party.
Top Labor MPs including Ed Husic and Bob Carr did not make it onto the list. The Australian reports that former foreign minister Carr did not nominate for a position and is likely to retire.
Kate Lundy, Stephen Jones, Warren Snowden and former deputy Senate leader Jacinta Collins were also left off the list.
Shorten’s list of Labor leaders and shadow ministers follows. Ministerial portfolios will be announced on Friday.
Leader – Bill Shorten
Deputy leader – Tanya Plibersek
Leader in the Senate – Penny Wong
Deputy leader in the Senate – Stephen Conroy
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