Judi Moylan

Judi Moylan

Judith Eleanor "Judi" Moylan (born 24 February 1944, Perth, Western Australia), an Australian politician, has been a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives since March 1993, representing the Division of Pearce, Western Australia.

Moylan was born in the Perth suburb of Guildford and educated at Perth Technical College. She was an education officer and lecturer, a real estate agent and company director before entering politics. She was President of the Midland and Districts Chamber of Commerce 1990-91.cite web
title =Biography for Moylan, the Hon. Judith (Judi) Eleanor
publisher =Parliament of Australia
work=ParlInfo Web
url =http://parlinfoweb.aph.gov.au/piweb/view_document.aspx?id=13850&table=BIOGS
accessdate = 2000-02-14
]

Moylan was a member of the Opposition Shadow Ministry 1994-96 and was Minister for Family Services and Minister assisting the Prime Minister for the Status of Women from 1996 to 1998. In June 2005 she joined a backbench revolt led by Liberal colleague Petro Georgiou in an attempt to end the system of mandatory detention in Australia of asylum seekers. [cite news|url=http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2005/s1394947.htm|title=A great outcome for asylum seekers: Judi Moylan|work=ABC Radio: PM|date=17 June , 2005|accessdate=2008-02-17]

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NAME= Moylan, Judi
ALTERNATIVE NAMES= Moylan, Judith Eleanor (full name)
SHORT DESCRIPTION= Australian politician
DATE OF BIRTH= 24 February 1944
PLACE OF BIRTH= Guildford, Western Australia
DATE OF DEATH= Living
PLACE OF DEATH=


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