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Familiar faces remain in Labor’s shadow ministry ‘refresh’

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Former opposition leader Bill Shorten has been appointed shadow minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Labor’s new-look shadow cabinet, while Andrew Leigh will continue to work with the charity sector as shadow assistant minister.

New Labor leader Anthony Albanese this weekend unveiled his refreshed shadow ministry, which includes four new members in shadow cabinet.

Albanese handed his predecessor Shorten the responsibility for the NDIS, but there was no room on the front bench for Andrew Leigh ­– the former shadow minister for charities and not for profits ­– because he does not belong to one of Labor’s powerful factions.

Instead he will serve as the shadow assistant minister for charities.

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Source:
Luke Michael, 2019, Probono Australia (https://probonoaustralia.com.au/)

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