Kevin Rudd

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The Honourable Kevin Rudd MP
33rd Prime Meenister o Australie
In office
27 Juin 2013 – 18 September 2013
Monarch Elizabeth II
Govrenor General Quentin Bryce
Deputy Anthony Albanese
Precedit bi Julia Gillard
Succeeded by Tony Abbott
In office
3 December 2007 – 24 Juin 2010
Monarch Elizabeth II
Govrenor General Michael Jeffery
Quentin Bryce
Deputy Julia Gillard
Precedit bi John Howard
Succeeded by Julia Gillard
Leader o the Labor Pairty
Incumbent
Assumed office
26 Juin 2013
Deputy Anthony Albanese
Precedit bi Julia Gillard
In office
4 December 2006 – 24 Juin 2010
Deputy Julia Gillard
Precedit bi Kim Beazley
Succeeded by Julia Gillard
Meenister for Foreign Affairs
In office
14 September 2010 – 22 Februar 2012
Prime Meenister Julia Gillard
Precedit bi Stephen Smith
Succeeded by Bob Carr
Leader o the Opposeetion
In office
4 December 2006 – 3 December 2007
Deputy Julia Gillard
Precedit bi Kim Beazley
Succeeded by Brendan Nelson
Member of the Australian Parliament
for Griffith
Incumbent
Assumed office
3 October 1998
Personal details
Born Kevin Michael Rudd
21 September 1957 (1957-09-21) (age 56)
Nambour, Queensland, Australie
Poleetical pairty Labor Pairty
Spoose(s) Thérèse Rein
Childer 3
Alma mater Australian National University
Releegion Christianity (Anglican)[1][2]
Signatur

Kevin Rudd (born 21 September 1957) is an Australie politeecian, an wis Prime Meenister (2007-2010) o the kintra’s pairlament in Canberra, representin the Labor Pairty.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Rudd, Kevin (8 May 2005). Kevin Rudd: The God Factor. Interview with Geraldine Doogue. Compass. ABC1. "I come from a long history of people who have spoken about the relevance of their faith to their political beliefs, on our side of politics going back. I mean here in Queensland Andrew Fisher was the Labor Prime Minister from this State. Andrew Fisher was a Christian Socialist. He taught Presbyterian Sunday School. He in turn came out of the stable of Keir Hardie who was himself a Presbyterian Sunday School teacher who founded the British Labour Party in the 1890s and was the first British Labour member of parliament. There's a long tradition associated with this; currently called the Christian Socialist Movement. And it's a worldwide network of people. The fact that you don't often hear from us in this country, well it's open for others to answer. I'm a relatively recent arrival. But I think, I think given what's happening on the political right in this country, what's happening on the political right in America, it’s important that people on the centre-left of politics begin to argue a different perspective from within the Christian tradition." 
  2. Maiden, Samantha (16 December 2009). "Rudd's decision to take holy communion at Catholic mass causes debate". The Australian. Retrieved 18 February 2012.