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(Leader of the Opposition)
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Herbert "Doc Evatt", opposition leader in the 1950s, was heavily opposed by the Australian deep state.

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Opposition leader in Australian parliamentary politics.Boss of the Australia/Deputy Leader of the Opposition.

In Australian federal politics, the Leader of the Opposition is an elected member of parliament (MP) in the Australian House of Representatives who leads the opposition. The Leader of the Opposition, by convention, is the leader of the largest political party in the House of Representatives that is not in government.[1]


Office Holders on Wikispooks

Peter Dutton30 May 2022
Anthony Albanese30 May 201923 May 2022
Tony Abbott1 December 200918 September 2013
Malcolm Turnbull16 September 20081 December 2009
Kevin Rudd4 December 20063 December 2007
John Howard30 January 199511 March 1996
John Howard5 September 19859 May 1989
Bob Hawke3 February 198311 March 1983
Bill Hayden22 December 19773 February 1983
Gough Whitlam11 November 197522 December 1977
Malcolm Fraser21 March 197511 November 1975
William McMahon5 December 197220 December 1972
Gough Whitlam9 February 19675 December 1972
H. V. Evatt20 June 19519 February 1960
Robert Menzies23 September 194319 December 1949
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