How to address Members of the Parliament of Victoria
|Position||President of the Legislative Council|
President of the Legislative Council
|Position||Speaker of the Legislative Assembly|
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
|Position||Minister (Legislative Council)|
Minister for Families and Children
|Position||Minister (Legislative Assembly)|
Minister for Police and Corrections
|Position||Member of the Legislative Council|
Member for Eastern Metropolitan Region
|Salutation||Dear Mr [Name]|
|Position||Member of the Legislative Assembly|
Member for Kororoit
|Salutation||Dear Ms [Name]|
Who can use the title ‘The Honourable’?
Ministers may use the title ‘The Honourable’. This title is granted for life and therefore former ministers may also use the title.
The President and the Speaker may use the title ‘The Honourable’ while in office.
Some members choose not to use ‘The Honourable’ in their title, so you should check their entry on the website: www.parliament.vic.gov.au/members.
- Created: Wednesday, 13 July 2011 10:35
- Last Updated: Friday, 04 January 2019 12:23