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Dominic Fedee
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The Hon. Dominic Francis Fedee
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Saint Lucia

Dominic Fedee is a Saint Lucian politician, parliamentarian, and Cabinet Minister.

Early life and education

Dominic Fedee  was born in Guyana to a Saint Lucian father and Guyanese mother. He studied at Cardiff, Wales.

Career

Dominic Fedee is a Caribbean tourism practitioner and former Journalist.

Fedee was sworn in on Thursday, 14 January 2016 as the replacement for former opposition Senator Ezechiel Joseph.

On 14 June 2016, Fedee was appointed Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, following the victory of the UWP in the 6 June 2016 general elections.

Sources
Government of Saint Lucia. Retrieved from: http://www.govt.lc/
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Occupation Politician
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Place of Birth Guyana
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Notable Accomplishments
Cabinet Minister: 14 June 2016 - present
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