Bob Carr

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Honorable
Bob Carr
Bob Carr in 2012
41st Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs
In office
13 March 2012 – 18 September 2013
Prime Minister Julia Gillard
Preceded by Kevin Rudd
Succeeded by Julie Bishop
Senator for New South Wales
In office
6 March 2012 – 24 October 2013
Preceded by Mark Arbib
Succeeded by TBD
39th Premier of New South Wales
In office
4 April 1995 – 3 August 2005
Governor Peter Sinclair
Gordon Samuels
Marie Bashir
Deputy Andrew Refshauge
Preceded by John Fahey
Succeeded by Morris Iemma
Member of the New South Wales Parliament
for Maroubra
In office
22 October 1983 – 3 August 2005
Preceded by Bill Haigh
Succeeded by Michael Daley
Personal details
Born 28 September, 1947
Matraville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Political party Australian Labor Party
Spouse(s) Helena Carr
Occupation Politician

Robert John "Bob" Carr (born 28 September 1947) was a Labor member of the Australian senate from 6 March 2012 to 24 October 2013 and Foreign Minister 13 March 2012 to 18 September 2013.[1] Before that, he was Premier of New South Wales from 1995 to 2005.[1]

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