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Biography of Nicholas John Sherry


Full Name        : Nicholas John Sherry
Religion            : Christian
Place of Birth   : Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom
Date of Birth    : Saturday, November 19th, 1955
Zodiac             : Scorpion
Hobby             : Reading Golf ~ History ~ Football
Citizen             : Australia
Education        : University of Tasmania
Career            : Minister for Small Business and Senator Tasmania

BIOGRAPHY
Nicholas John Sherry
Nicholas John Sherry or also known as Nick Sherry is a native Australian politician. Men born in Kingston upon Thames on 19 November 1955, is a former member of the Australian Senate for Tasmania region who served from July 1990 to June 2012. He did not choose politics as the first field he lived when he first started working. He began his life in the world of work as a cashier at night and auditors at the Wrest Point Hotel and Casino in Hobart. Political life began when he was elected as the Senate in 1990 representing Tasmania for the Australian Labor Party. Next, when the 1993 to 1996 he served as Parliamentary Secretary of the Minister for Primary Industries and Energy.

After the collapse of the Keating government, was elected as Deputy Chairman Sherry of the opposition and held various positions including Finance Minister Shadow. In October 1997, he was accused of abusing his power in traveling. Although eventually came a clarification and clear his name, but the pressure that comes create stress and make Sherry had attempted suicide. Had disappeared from the political scaffolding while, he was back in 2001 as Shadow Minister for the Retired and Savings. He went back into politics.

Their work in the political world began early in 1990 he stepped on to the announcement of his retirement on December 12, 2011 and finally retired in June 2012 is a long story for the former cashier's. Now, after a stop of the political world that he can enjoy his hobby busy playing golf, reading history books, or go to museums to spend his old age. He also likes to follow the development of Australian football club, Geelong.

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