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Paul Anthony Lennon (born 8 October 1955) is a Labor Party politician. He was Premier of Tasmania from 21 March 2004 until his resignation on 26 May 2008. He was member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly for the seat of Franklin from 1990 until officially resigning on 27 May 2008.Franklin Recount , Tasmanian Electoral Commission He left office abruptly after his preferred premier rating fell to 17%, largely as a result of perceptions of corruption in his government's fast-tracked approval of the Gunns Bell Bay Pulp Mill proposal, which had effectively bypassed normal planning procedure.

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by Kent, Michael
[West Hobart, Tasmania] : [Knocklofty Press], 2015 , ©2015
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Uniform title: Inquiry into the impact of illicit drug use on families : Tasmanian Government submission ... (Online)
[Hobart, Tas. : Department of Premier and Cabinet, 2007]
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