Biography of Norman Anthony Albanese

  • Full Name: Norman Anthony Albanese
  • Religion: Catholic
  • Place of Birth: Sydney, New South Wales
  • Date of Birth: Saturday, March 2, 1963
  • Zodiac: Pisces
  • Citizen: Australia
Albanese was an Australian politician who was born on 2 March 1963 in Sydney, New South Wales. He is married to the former deputy prime minister of New South Wales, Carmel Tebutt. From his marriage he had a son.

Early education was at St. Mary's Cathedral College, then took a Bachelor of Economic at the University of Sydney. Before entering politics he worked at the Commonwealth Bank. In 1985 he began work as a research officer for Tom Uren, government ministers blood and administrative services until 1989.

After that he served as an assistant secretary general in the Australian Labor Party branch of New South Wales until 1995. It continues a policy adviser to Bob Carr, Premier of New South Wales from 1995-1996.
Norman Anthony Albanese
In 1996, he entered parliament and was promoted to the shadow minister of the opposition in 1998. In 2004-2005 he became the shadow minister for the Environment and Heritage history, Shadow Water Minister, and Deputy Manager of Opposition Business in the House.

He later served as minister of infrastructure in December 2006. He again won the seat Grayndler at the federal election of 2007. He was sworn in on December 3 for the post of minister of infrastructure, transport, regional development and local government.

He plagiarized some parts of the movie The American President on the content of his speech at the beginning of 2012 at the National Press Club event. Politicians who admitted his ethnicity as a half-Italian and half-Irish is then resigned as leader of the House, but the resignation was rejected by the Prime Minister.

  • St Mary's Cathedral College
  • University of Sydney
  • Minister for Infrastructure and Transport
  • Leader of the House
  • Australian Parliament member for Grayndler