The Scott Morrison Premiership

Name these (most of them) facts about Scott Morrison and his time as prime minister of Australia
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Last updated: January 24, 2024
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His political party
Liberal Party of Australia
Seat he represented in Parliament
Josh Frydenberg
Director of this government agency from 2004 - 2007
Tourism Australia
Satirical nickname originating from The Betoota Advocate that was inspired by that job
Scotty from Marketing
Launched this border protection operation aimed at stopping illegal maritime arrivals
Operation Sovereign Borders
Predecessor whom he served as Treasurer under
Malcolm Turnbull
Famously presented a lump of this rock to Parliament
Introduced this unlawful welfare payment scheme which overcharged recipients and targeted low-income earners
Took a holiday here during the Black Summer bushfires
Secured this defence pact between the UK and USA, which included the acquirement of nuclear-powered submarines
Natural disaster that killed 27 people and caused $4.8 billion in damages
2022 Eastern Australia Floods
Australia ranked last place among 60 countries in 2020 for policy relating to this
Climate Change
It was revealed that he had held multiple of these following the 2022 election
Ministerial Positions
First name of his wife
Christian movement that he is a member of
Is the number-one ticket holder for this NRL team
Cronulla Sharks
S̶u̶p̶p̶o̶s̶e̶d̶l̶y̶ defecated himself here in 1997
Engadine Maccas
I've always believed in miracles
That's not my job
Level 39
Sep 29, 2023
Correction: while Josh Frydenburg was deputy Liberal leader and Treasurer under Scomo, the Deputy Prime Minister was not Josh Frydenburg. Depending on when during the time he was Prime Minister, it was either Michael McCormack or (later on) Barnaby Joyce, because in a Coalition government the Liberal leader becomes PM/Premier while the Nationals leader becomes Deputy PM/Deputy Premier. However in Opposition, the Liberal leader becomes the Opposition Leader but the Nationals leader does not normally become Deputy Opposition Leader (the Deputy Opposition Leader when the Coalition is in Opposition is usually the deputy Liberal leader).
Level 61
Sep 29, 2023
fixed it, thanks