Minister for Housing Tanya Plibersek of Australia

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Tanya Plibersek was criticised by some LGBT groups over Labor's bipartisan actions against the legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Plibersek said the Labor Party "supported the (Howard) Government's actions.
It seems Plibersek was interviewed and asked about Haneef.
Tanya Plibersek was born in Sydney, the daughter of migrants from Slovenia, and was educated at the University of Technology, Sydney and Macquarie University, where she gained a master's degree in politics and public policy.
Plibersek was elected to the Shadow Ministry after the 2004 election.
Following the Shadow Ministerial reshuffle in December 2006 (when Kevin Rudd assumed the leadership of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party) Plibersek was promoted to be Shadow Minister for Human Services, Housing, Youth and Women.
In the 2007 Federal election, Plibersek was re-elected to the seat of Sydney with a 2.
On 3 December 2007, Plibersek was appointed Minister for Housing and Minister for the Status of Women.
On July 25, 2004, Plibersek was loudly heckled at an anti-homophobia rally due to the issue.
During a July 2007 interview on Meet The Press, when answering a question relating to the detention of Mohamed Haneef, Plibersek said the Labor Party "supported the (Howard) Government's actions.
TONY EASTLEY: Labor frontbencher Tanya Plibersek has joined US on the line to respond to the Prime Minister.
Ms Plibersek is speaking to our Chief Political Correspondent, Chris Uhlmann.
Tanya Plibersek is the Labor member for the federal seat of Sydney, which she has represented since 1998.
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If Draper and Plibersek had a genuine concern for violence against women, they would have opposed their parties' stance against refugees fleeing terror and persecution, trying to find safety in Australia.
In an October 25 media release issued by the Sydney Reclaim the Night collective, Plibersek said she is proud to be marching on October 26.
Parliament was told there were 13,000 copies of the book left over and Ms Plibersek said the Opposition was welcome to them.
Liberal frontbencher Christopher Pyne claimed Ms Plibersek had implied that members of the former government trivialised domestic violence.
The Opposition said Ms Plibersek had falsely told Parliament that money for a glossy book promoting the policies of the former government had been taken from an anti-domestic violence campaign.
Tanya Plibersek was elected to the Federal Parliament as the Member for Sydney in 1998 and became a shadow minister in 2004.
Tanya Plibersek is the ALP member for the Federal seat of Sydney.
Ms Plibersek is one half of a Sydney power couple.
asked Mr Latham for something "much more modest.
Tanya Plibersek is a member of the Australia Labor Party, and the Minister for Housing and Minister for the Status of Women.
Labor frontbencher Tanya Plibersek is also backing Kim Beazley.
But Labor frontbencher Tanya Plibersek said Mr Quick had not achieved one-tenth of Mr Beazley's achievements and was a standing joke in the party.
Ms Plibersek says she will stand for the frontbench in the spill of all positions.
ALP youth spokesperson Tanya Plibersek describes Rudd and Labor's vision for young people: acting on the issues that matter like climate change and education - and giving young people a voice with the Australian Youth Forum.