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Willem Westra van Holthe (Willem Rudolf Westra van Holthe) was born on 22 August, 1962, is a Police officer. Discover Willem Westra van Holthe’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?
|Popular As||Willem Rudolf Westra van Holthe|
|Age||58 years old|
|Born||22 August 1962|
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Timeline of Willem Westra van Holthe
On 14 February 2016, Westra van Holthe resigned from Giles’ cabinet after it emerged that he had both a financial and personal involvement with the CT Group, a Vietnamese fruit company seeking to develop a 10,000-hectare dragon fruit orchard in the NT.
Prior to the 27 August 2016 election, Katherine had been in CLP hands for its entire existence, dating to when the seat was known as Elsey, and the Katherine area had long been considered CLP heartland. Labor had only come close to winning it twice, both at the high-tide elections of 2001 and 2005. However, Labor challenger Sandra Nelson led Westra van Holthe by a margin of less than one percent on election night. Westra van Holthe’s primary vote almost halved, to only 35.2 percent. It was eventually announced on 9 September that Westra van Holthe had lost by 28 votes.
On 2 February 2015, Westra van Holthe challenged Giles for the leadership of the Country Liberal Party in a late night party room meeting. At a 1 am media conference on 3 February, Westra van Holthe announced that the party had voted for him to replace Giles as leader with John Elferink as his deputy, and that his new cabinet would be sworn in on 4 February. The ABC reported that the ballot was nine votes to five in favour of Westra van Holthe. During the press conference Westra van Holthe referred to himself as the “Chief Minister apparent”. He also promised a more consultative approach to governing.
On 6 March 2013, Dave Tollner attempted to challenge Mills for the party leadership, although Mills averted any leadership ballot taking place after a six-hour party room meeting. Tollner was sacked from cabinet, and deputy leader Robyn Lambley resigned. In the ensuing reshuffle, Westra van Holthe became deputy leader of the CLP, and hence Deputy Chief Minister, replacing Lambley, also assuming the portfolios of Trade, Land Resource Management, Public Employment, and Essential Services. Less than a week later, Westra van Holthe was acting Chief Minister whilst Terry Mills was in Japan on a trade visit. Adam Giles made a successful challenge to Mills’ leadership, becoming CLP leader and installing Toller as his deputy, although Westra van Holthe retained his other ministries apart from the trade and employment portfolios.
The CLP won government at the 2012 election, with Westra van Holthe picking up a massive 13.8 percent swing. He now sat on a majority of 22.3 percent, making Katherine the safest seat in the Territory. He was appointed as Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries and Minister for Mines and Energy in the first ministry under Chief Minister Terry Mills.
In 2008, Westra van Holthe left the police to pursue a career in politics where he felt he could have a greater influence on law formation and implementation. He was preselected by the Country Liberal Party (CLP) as a candidate for the electorate of Katherine where the sitting member Fay Miller was retiring. He was elected at the Territory election in August 2008 on a swing of over five percent, enough to revert Katherine to its traditional status as a safe CLP seat.
Westra van Holthe moved to the Northern Territory in 1984 to work as a labourer on such projects as the Elizabeth River Bridge and the Arnhem Highway. In 1986, he joined the Northern Territory Police where he served until 2000—when he left the force to run a small business with his wife Jennie—and again from 2002 to 2008. As a police officer, he was stationed at Maranboy, Mataranka and Alice Springs, then at Katherine on his return to the police force.
Willem Rudolf Westra van Holthe (born 22 August 1962) is an Australian politician. He was a Country Liberal Party member of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 2008 to 2016, representing the electorate of Katherine. He was Deputy Chief Minister of the Northern Territory from 6–14 March 2013 and from February 2015 to February 2016, resuming the position following a leadership challenge to Chief Minister Adam Giles, in which he was briefly the Chief Minister-designate. He served as Minister for Primary Industry and Fisheries, Minister for Land Resource Management and Minister for Essential Services (2012–2016), Minister for Mines and Energy (2012–2015) and Minister for Public Employment (2015–2016) under both Terry Mills and Giles.