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ⓘ Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 1901–1904




                                     

ⓘ Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 1901–1904

This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly between the 1901 election and the 1904 election, together known as the Fourth Parliament.

The names of the parliamentary groups that have not been executed by the parties were established before the election, 1901, the Ministerialists with those sympathetic to former Premier John Forrest, and the opposition and independent defined, respectively. With the release of the Forrest from the state after its successful transition to the Federal division of Swan, a group of Ministers was defeated in the election and was not the obvious choice of leader, and the opposition, led by George Leake, was not in sufficient quantity to adjust in its own right. The failure of the Morgans Ministry in December 1901, after less than a month in office and the unprecedented defeat of three of his Ministers in the Ministerial elections allowed the opposition-led government with labor support to govern until 1904 election with a reasonable degree of stability. Thus, the "opposition" was in the government and the group of "Ministers" were in opposition to the greater part of the period. Bolton and Mozley 1961 to introduce the terms "group forest" and "the face of the party", but they were not used nor the press, nor within groups.

                                     
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