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Graeme Weideman
Australian politician

Graeme Weideman

Graeme Weideman
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Quick Facts

Intro Australian politician
Is Politician Pharmacist
From Australia
Field Healthcare Politics
Gender male
Birth 6 November 1934, Ballarat, Australia
Age 88 years
Star sign Scorpio
Politics Liberal Party of Australia (Victorian Division)
Siblings: Murray Weideman
The details (from wikipedia)


George "Graeme" Weideman (born 6 November 1934), a pharmacist, and the older brother of Collingwood footballer Murray Weideman, was a Victorian politician, who represented Frankston for the Liberal Party from 1976 to 1982 and 1992 to 1996, and Frankston South from 1985 to 1992. He served as Minister for Tourism and Assistant Minister for Health from 1981 until the fall of the Liberal Government in 1982.

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