Leader of the Opposition address

Leader of the Opposition address

Mar 12
CEDA's Leader series welcomes the Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP to deliver the Leader of the Opposition address.


The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP, Leader, South Australian Labor Party
Daniela Ritorto, Media and communications specialist

Event overview

As we reach the half-way mark of the Marshall Liberal Government, South Australian Labor Leader, the Hon. Peter Malinauskas, will discuss his vision for the state's future prosperity. Peter will lead discussions around the key opportunities and challenges facing our state, as we head towards 2022 March state election.

Event presentations

The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP, Leader of the Opposition MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Peter Malinauskas MP
Leader, South Australian Labor Party

Prior to entering the Legislative Council, Peter was the State Secretary of the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association. In this role, he led the campaign for part-day public holidays on Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Peter served in the Weatherill Government as Minister for Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Prior to this appointment, he was Minister for Police, Correctional Services, Emergency Services and Road Safety. Peter was elected as the Member for Croydon at the 2018 State election.

Meet the chair

Daniela Ritorto
Media and communications specialist

Daniela is a freelance broadcaster, presenter and MC. She was previously the Manager, Media and Communications at Santos and prior to this was at SBS World News. She also spent five years in London, where she was a presenter on BBC World News. Daniela is a Walkley Award finalist, who reported from major events in London and Paris for Australian networks, after spending years covering South Australian politics for the ABC and Network Ten.

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