Sussan Penelope Ley (born 14 December 1961), Australian politician, has been a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Farrer, New South Wales. Ley was the Assistant Minister for Education in the Abbott Government from 18 September 2013 until 23 December 2014, when she entered the cabinet and was appointed Minister for Health and Minister for Sport. She retained the portfolios in the Turnbull Government, and on 30 September and also picked up Aged Care.

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  • Sussan Penelope Ley (born 14 December 1961), Australian politician, has been a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Farrer, New South Wales. Ley was the Assistant Minister for Education in the Abbott Government from 18 September 2013 until 23 December 2014, when she entered the cabinet and was appointed Minister for Health and Minister for Sport. She retained the portfolios in the Turnbull Government, and on 30 September and also picked up Aged Care. (en)
  • Sussan Penelope Ley (ur. 14 grudnia 1961 w Kano) – australijska polityk, członkini Liberalnej Partii Australii (LPA). Od 2001 posłanka do Izby Reprezentantów, od grudnia 2014 minister zdrowia i jednocześnie minister sportu. (pl)
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  • Assistant Minister for Education and Training
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  • Susan Penelope Braybrooks
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  • Graeme Johnston
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  • John Ley
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  • Sussan Penelope Ley (born 14 December 1961), Australian politician, has been a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Farrer, New South Wales. Ley was the Assistant Minister for Education in the Abbott Government from 18 September 2013 until 23 December 2014, when she entered the cabinet and was appointed Minister for Health and Minister for Sport. She retained the portfolios in the Turnbull Government, and on 30 September and also picked up Aged Care. (en)
  • Sussan Penelope Ley (ur. 14 grudnia 1961 w Kano) – australijska polityk, członkini Liberalnej Partii Australii (LPA). Od 2001 posłanka do Izby Reprezentantów, od grudnia 2014 minister zdrowia i jednocześnie minister sportu. (pl)
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