Mark Arbib

Mark Arbib

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Mark Arbib

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Mark Victor Arbib (born 9 November 1971) is an Australian politician. He has been a Labor member of the Australian Senate since July 2008, representing the state of New South Wales. He was the Australian Labor Party State Secretary of the New South Wales branch from 2004 to 2007. In February 2009, he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Government Service Delivery, a position within the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Since 14 September 2010, he is currently the Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development, the Minister for Sport and Minister for Social Housing and Homelessness.


Arbib was born in the Sydney suburb of Chippendale. His father, Eric Arbib was of Libyan heritage and spoke Italian, moving to Australia in the 1960s and becoming a property developer. His mother Lola was born in Sydney, and had to raise Mark and his brother after the death of their father when they were young. He has a Master of Arts in Political Science and Economic History from the University of New South Wales.

He lives in Sydney with his wife Kelli and two daughters. He is a supporter of the Sydney Roosters NRL club.

Early career

While studying, Arbib worked part time at a Sizzler restaurant in Bondi Junction. When there were moves to remove penalty rates, he negotiated on behalf of the part time workers and signed up members to the Liquor Trades...
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