Just three days following Gladys Berejiklian's resignation as the NSW premier, it appears we may have a new guy running the show: Dominic Perrottet.
Berejiklian announced her resignation after the state's anti-corruption watchdog announced it would investigate her over her relationship with ex-MP Daryl Maguire.
"I have no option but to resign from the office of premier," she said on Friday.
She stated she would leave parliament too as soon as a by-election for her seat can be held, but it seems that things are being swiftly organised - with conversations being held about the premier position over the NSW long weekend.
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Now, as of Sunday evening, the ABC are reporting that New South Wales Treasurer Dominic Perrottet is set to become the state's next premier.
Mr Perrottet has supposedly 'secured a deal' that will see the Minister for Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres, become the deputy Liberal leader, with Environment Minister Matt Kean becoming treasurer.
At a press conference on Sunday evening, Mr Perrottet said he was 'putting his name forward' to become Liberal leader, and therefore Premier, at a party room meeting on Tuesday.
"I know that this is a time of challenge in our state but I have complete hope and optimism that NSW is in a very good place," he said.
While it's not a done deal quite yet, the ABC understands a 'deal has been done' that will see the vote be a formality very soon.
Another possible contender was thought to be Member for Bega, Andrew Constance, who attracted significant attention during the Black Summer bushfires of 2019/20 when he was praised for highlighting the plight of his regional constituency. Constance previously served as treasurer and has held the role of Transport Minister for the past six years.