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Percival Austin Bramble
(24 January 1931 - )
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Percival Austin Bramble
Former Chief Minister of Montserrat

Percival Austin Bramble (born 24 January 1931) is a politician from Montserrat.

Career

Bramble served as the territory's Chief Minister from December 1970 to November 1978. Bramble is the son of W.H. Bramble, the island's first chief minister. While in office, Bramble helped pass laws to spur development on the island of Montserrat. Among his achievements in this area are the North Road connecting the northern end of the island with its eastern side. Also during his term, medication was made free at the point of delivery for all diabetics and hypertensives.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chief_Minister_of_Montserrat
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percival_Austin_Bramble
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Occupation Politician
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Date of Birth 24 January 1931
Place of Birth Roseau, Dominica
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Notable Accomplishments
Chief Minister of Montserrat:December 1970 to November 1978
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