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John Bannon 
Australian politician
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Name in native languageJohn Charles Bannon
Date of birth7 May 1943
Date of death13 December 2015
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Member of
  • Australian Workers' Union
Member of political party
  • Australian Labor Party (South Australian Branch)
Position held
  • Premier of South Australia (1982, 1992)
  • Minister assisting the Minister of Ethnic Affairs (1978, 1979)
  • Member of the South Australian House of Assembly (1977, 1993)
  • Minister for Local Government (1979, 1979)
  • Minister of Recreation and Sport (1979, 1979)
  • Leader of the Opposition (1979, 1982)
  • Minister for State Development (1982, 1985)
  • Minister for the Arts (1982, 1989)
  • Minister for State Development (1989, 1992)
  • Treasurer of South Australia (1982, 1992)
  • Leader of the Australian Labor Party (SA Branch) (1979, 1992)
Native language
  • Robyn Layton (1968–Unknown)
Work location
Notable work
  • Supreme Federalist
Award received
Authority control
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