Bill Stefaniak


Bill Stefaniak

Bill Stefaniak is an Australian Liberal Party politician. He was the Leader of the Opposition in the Australian Capital Territory after succeeding in a leadership challenge against former leader Brendan Smyth on 16 May 2006. He is a former Major in the Australian Army Reserve and a law graduate of the Australian National University. On December 13 2007 he was replaced as Liberal Leader by Zed Seselja.

He is one of the five members for the district of Ginninderra

Background

Stefaniak grew up in Canberra and attended Narrabundah College. [ [http://www.canberraliberals.org.au/default.cfm Canberra Liberals ] ]

External links

* [http://www.canberraliberals.org.au/default.cfm?action=people_details&id=3 Canberra Liberals: Bill Stefaniak]

References


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