Chief Minister of the Northern Territory

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The Chief Minister of the Northern Territory is appointed by the Administrator, who in normal circumstances will appoint the head of whatever party holds the majority of seats in the legislature of the territory (in the Northern Territory, the Legislative Assembly). However, in times of constitutional crisis the Administrator can appoint someone else as Chief Minister.

In Australia, a Chief Minister is the head of government of a self-governing territory, while the head of government of a state is a Premier.

The incumbent Chief Minister of the Northern Territory is Paul Henderson, representing the Australian Labor Party since 2007.

List of Chief Ministers of the Northern Territory

References

See also


Jon Stanhope

Kristina Keneally

Paul Henderson

Anna Bligh

Mike Rann

David Bartlett

Ted Baillieu

Colin Barnett

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