SA under a Labor Government

SA under a Labor Government

Nov 25
Join Leader of the Opposition, Peter Malinauskas, as he outlines his priorities for a Labor Government in South Australia
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The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP, Leader of the Opposition in South Australia

Event Overview

Polling data released in early September on behalf of The Australia Institute indicated that the Liberal Government had a slim 51 to 49 per cent two-party vote lead over Labor, six months out from the March 2022 election.

Join CEDA to hear from Opposition Leader, the Hon. Peter Malinauskas, to explore the priorities of a Labor Government, including:
  • Labor’s approach to borders, the national plan and managing the hospitals in the face of possible future outbreaks.
  • How does the Opposition view the state of the economy and what will be its primary budgetary focus?
  • What is the outlook for sectors such as energy, infrastructure and education under Labor?
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear firsthand from the Opposition Leader and pose your most pressing questions.


Meet the speaker

The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP
Leader of the Opposition in South Australia

Peter first entered State parliament as a Member of the Legislative Council in 2015 before being elected as the Member for Croydon in 2018. Prior to becoming Leader of the Opposition, Peter was Minister for Police, Correctional Services, Emergency Services and Road Safety (2016-2017) and briefly Minister for Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse (2017-2018). He received his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Adelaide, before rising to head the State’s largest union, where he worked with both employees and employers to find a balance that benefited all South Australians.

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