Second Lyons Ministry

The Second Lyons Ministry was the twenty-second Australian Commonwealth ministry, and ran from 12 October 1934 to 9 November 1934.[1] It was formed after the 1934 federal election and consisted solely of members of the United Australia Party (UAP), as with the First Lyons Ministry. However, it was a minority government and just after a month later Lyons and the UAP entered into a coalition with the Australian Country Party led by Earle Page.

2nd Lyons Ministry

22nd Ministry of Australia
Date formed12 October 1934
Date dissolved9 November 1934
People and organisations
MonarchGeorge V
Governor-GeneralSir Isaac Isaacs
Prime MinisterJoseph Lyons
No. of ministers14
Member partyUnited Australia Party
Status in legislatureMinority government
Opposition partyLabor
Opposition leaderJames Scullin
History
Election(s)15 September 1934
PredecessorFirst Lyons Ministry
SuccessorThird Lyons Ministry

Ministry

Minister Portrait Portfolio
  Joseph Lyons MP
  Robert Menzies KC MP
  Senator Sir George Pearce KCVO
  Archdale Parkhill MP
  Thomas White DFC VD MP
  Frederick Stewart MP
  Eric Harrison MP
  Billy Hughes CH KC MP
  Senator Alexander McLachlan
  Josiah Francis MP
  • Minister in charge of War Service Homes
  • Minister assisting the Minister for Repatriation
  Richard Casey DSO MC MP
  Charles Marr DSO MC MP
  • Minister without portfolio
  Sir Henry Gullett KCMG MP
  • Minister without portfolio
  Senator Tom Brennan KC
  • Minister without portfolio

See also

Notes

  1. "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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