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Gago, Gail

Honourable

Born
Moooroopna, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Nurse, Parliamentarian and Union organiser
Website
http://www2.parliament.sa.gov.au/internet/desktopmodules/memberdrill.aspx?pid=1821

Summary

A member of the Australian Labor Party, Gail Gago was elected to the Legislative Council of the Parliament of South Australia at the election, which was held on 9 February 2002. She was re-elected in 2010. She holds the Ministerial portfolios of State/Local Government Relations, Status of Women, Consumer Affairs, and Government Enterprises. She acts also as Minister Assisting the Minister for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure. Gail completed her secondary education at Shepparton High School, Victoria, her Tertiary education at Phillip Institute of Technology and Monash University.

Rosemary Francis

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