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Peter Gutwein

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Peter Carl Gutwein is an Australian politician. He has been a Liberal Party member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly since 2002 representing the seat of Bass. Gutwein is currently the Treasurer of Tasmania, the Minister for Forestry, and the Minister for Planning and Local Government. On 20 January 2020, he replaced Will Hodgman as leader of the Liberal Party in Tasmania, and will become the 46th Premier of Tasmania when he is sworn in.

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Peter Gutwein replaces Will Hodgman as Tasmanian premier

Tasmania's Liberals have unanimously endorsed treasurer Peter Gutwein to become the state's 46th premier, replacing Will Hodgman.
The Age - Published

New Tasmanian premier says more must be done on climate change

Tasmania's new premier, Peter Gutwein has cited dealing with the impacts of climate change and employment opportunities as priorities under his leadership.
SBS - Published

Peter Gutwein takes over as Tasmania's new premier after rival drops out

Peter Gutwein takes over as premier of Tasmania and isn't ruling out continuing to run the Treasury portfolio.
SBS - Published

Tas Liberals meet to decide next premier

Tasmania's treasurer Peter Gutwein and senior minister Michael Ferguson are in the running to replace the outgoing Liberal premier.
SBS - Published

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