Crouch appointed Government Whip

Member for Terrigal Mr Adam Crouch has been appointed Government Whip.
Mr Crouch, who retained his seat at the March State election, said he was delighted to have been appointed as Government Whip in the re-elected Berejiklian-Barilaro Government.
“It is an honour to be asked by the Premier to serve in this leadership position within our Government.
“This is only the second time ever a Central Coast MP has served in the role, and provides significant recognition for our region.
The Whip is part of the Government leadership team with responsibility for coordinating MP’s attending votes, speaking on Bills in Parliament, and managing the legislative process.
He will also liaise with Government MPs and the Premier. 
Meanwhile Labor MP David Harris who was re-elected in the seat of Wyong says the Central Coast has been left behind in the Berejiklian reshuffle.
As part of the reshuffle, there was no Minister or Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast appointed.
The previous Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast was Scot Macdonald who was not re-elected at the March 23 election.

Media release, 31 Mar 2019
Adam Crouch MP

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