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Australia Gutwein to replace Hodgman as Tasmanian premier

03:16  20 january  2020
03:16  20 january  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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Tasmanian Treasurer Peter Gutwein has confirmed he intends to stand for leadership of the state's Liberal Party after the shock resignation of Premier Will Hodgman earlier this week. In a statement this afternoon, Mr Gutwein said his decision had come "after much consideration" and that Deputy

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Treasurer Peter Gutwein is set to replace Will Hodgman as Tasmania's premier after leadership rival Michael Ferguson pulled out of the race before a Liberal vote. © AAP Images Treasurer Peter Gutwein is set to replace Will Hodgman as Tasmania's premier after leadership rival Michael Ferguson pulled out of the race before a Liberal vote. Treasurer Peter Gutwein is set to replace Will Hodgman as Tasmania's premier after leadership rival Michael Ferguson pulled out of the race before a Liberal vote.

In a statement released minutes before the party meeting was set to take place, Mr Ferguson said: "I have been speaking with my colleagues over the weekend about the leadership of the Liberal Party and have decided not to stand as a candidate."

Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockliff will remain in the role, with Attorney-General Elise Archer also electing not to stand in the ballot for that position.

More to come.

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