Peter Watson (politician)

Peter Watson (politician)

Infobox MLA | name =Peter Watson

imagesize = 150px
nationality =Australian
order =
term_start =10 February 2001
term_end =
deputy =
predecessor =Kevin Prince
successor =
birth_date =Birth date and age|1947|5|30|mf=y
birth_place =Reservoir Victoria
constituency =Albany
party =Australian Labor Party
spouse =
profession =
education =
religion =

footnotes =|

Peter Bruce Watson born May 30, 1947 in Reservoir, Victoria is an Australian politician. He has been an ALP member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly since February 2001, representing the electorate of Albany. [cite web|url=|title=Extract from the Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook

Arriving in Western Australia in 1961, Watson attended Perth Modern School and took up athletics.Watson excelled at the 1500m event and won the Australian title in 1968 and again in 1973 [cite web|url=|title=Australian Open Track & Field Championships|year=2007|accessdate=2008-04-10] and represented Australia at the 1968 Olympic Games. [cite web|url=|title=WA's Olympic History 1912-2006|year=2006|accessdate=2008-04-18] and the 1974 Commonwealth Games. [cite web|url=|title=Australian Athletics - Historical results|year=2008|accessdate=2008-04-18]

Married to Liz Watson , they have three children Kristy, Justin and Sarah Watson

Employed at Australia Post, Watson held various positions including Postal manager before entering politics.He was elected in February 2001 defeating the standing member Kevin Prince, Watson was then re-elected in 2005.Currently Watson is the Parliamentary secretary to the minister of Sport and Recreation and the Parliamentary secretary to the Minister for the Great Southern.


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

См. также в других словарях:

  • Peter Watson — may refer to:*Peter Watson (archbishop), Australian archbishop of the Anglican diocese of Melbourne *Peter Watson (intellectual historian) (born 1943), English intellectual historian and author *Peter Watson (arts benefactor) (1908–1956), 20th… …   Wikipedia

  • Tom Watson (politician) — Infobox MP honorific prefix = name = Tom Watson honorific suffix = MP office = Parliamentary Secretary at the Cabinet Office term start = 5 October 2008 term end = predecessor = Gillian Merron successor = primeminister = Gordon Brown constituency …   Wikipedia

  • Watson (surname) — Watson is a surname, and may refer to many people.A*A. J. Watson (born 1924), automotive engineer *Alberta Watson (born 1955), Canadian actress *Alexander Watson (born 1939), American diplomat *Allen Watson (born 1970), American baseball player… …   Wikipedia

  • Peter Fonseca — Infobox Politician name = Peter Fonseca small| caption = birth date = October 5, 1966 birth place = Lisbon, Portugal residence = Mississauga, Ontario office1 = MPP for Mississauga East term start1 = October 23, 2003 term end1 = October 29, 2007… …   Wikipedia

  • Denis Watson — For the political figure in Northern Ireland, see Denis Watson (politician). Denis Watson Personal information Full name Denis Leslie Watson Born 18 October 1955 (1955 10 18) …   Wikipedia

  • Mark McGowan (politician) — Mark McGowan Incumbent Assumed office 14 December 1996 Preceded by Michael Barnett Constituency Rockingham Personal details Born July 13, 1967 …   Wikipedia

  • Mick Murray (politician) — Mick Murray Incumbent Assumed office 10 February 2001 Preceded by Hilda Turnbull Constituency Collie Preston Personal details Born November 26, 1949 …   Wikipedia

  • David Martin (Scottish politician) — For other people named David Martin, see David Martin (disambiguation). David Martin MEP Member of the European Parliament for Scotland Incumbent Assumed office 10 June 1999 …   Wikipedia

  • Dimitar Stoyanov (politician) — Dimitar Stoyanov Dimitar Kinov Stoyanov (Bulgarian: Димитър Кинов Стоянов) (Sofia, 17 May 1983) is a Bulgarian and EU politician. While still a student of Law at Sofia University, Dimitar Stoyanov joined the National Union Attack (Ataka) party… …   Wikipedia

  • Mike Watson, Baron Watson of Invergowrie — For the poker player, see Mike Watson (poker player). The Lord Watson of Invergowrie Member of the Scottish Parliament for Glasgow Cathcart In office 6 May 1999 – 22 September 2005 Preceded by New Parliament …   Wikipedia

Поделиться ссылкой на выделенное

Прямая ссылка:
Нажмите правой клавишей мыши и выберите «Копировать ссылку»