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Dan Andrews to be immortalised in a statue if he serves 3,000 days as Victorian Premier


Sky News commentator Peta Credlin believes if Dan Andrews is re-elected Victoria’s Premier he will quit politics shortly after he qualifies to have a statue erected in his honour early next year.

Victorian premiers are entitled to be memorialised in bronze near Parliament House once they pass 3,000 days in office – a milestone Mr Andrews would hit on February 20.

Effigies of four long-time leaders already stand outside Melbourne’s State Government Office, where Mr Andrews works and the Department of Premier and Cabinet is based.

Sky News commentator Peta Credlin believes if Dan Andrews is re-elected Victoria's Premier he will quit politics shortly after he qualifies to have a statue erected in his honour early next year. Andrews' face is superimposed on a statue of his Labor predecessor John Cain

Sky News commentator Peta Credlin believes if Dan Andrews is re-elected Victoria’s Premier he will quit politics shortly after he qualifies to have a statue erected in his honour early next year. Andrews’ face is superimposed on a statue of his Labor predecessor John Cain

Victorian premiers are entitled to be memorialised in bronze once they pass 3,000 days in office - a milestone Andrews (above) would hit on February 20 next year

Victorian premiers are entitled to be memorialised in bronze once they pass 3,000 days in office – a milestone Andrews (above) would hit on February 20 next year

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