Queensland cabinet reshuffle: Key details at a glance
QUEENSLAND CABINET RESHUFFLE
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is preparing to shake up her cabinet team, with Health Minister Yvette D'Ath expected to swap portfolios with Attorney-General Shannon Fentiman.
HOW DID WE GET HERE?
* Published polling shows falling support for the Palaszczuk government
* Pressure has particularly grown in the areas of health, housing and youth justice
* Ms D'Ath faces criticism over problems such as botched forensic DNA testing, ambulance ramping and maternity service gaps
* Youth Justice Minister Leanne Linard's performance is also under scrutiny
* Housing Minister Leeanne Enoch faces criticism over problems with property affordability and social accommodation
* The state budget will be handed down next month, with an election later next year
WHO ARE THE KEY PLAYERS?
* Health Minister Yvette D'Ath - expected to be removed from health and return to her previous role as attorney-general. She has been in health since the 2020 election and was previously attorney-general for almost six years.
* Attorney-General Shannon Fentiman - expected to replace Ms D'Ath as health minister. She has been attorney-general since the 2020 election, and has previous held portfolios in child safety, prevention of domestic violence and small business.
* Youth Justice Minister Leanne Linard - expected to be removed. She has held the portfolio since the 2020 election.
* Communities and Housing Minister Leeanne Enoch - expected to be removed. She has held the portfolio since the 2020 election. Ms Enoch is also arts minister and has previously held the housing, small business and environment portfolios.