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Charles Kirnon
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Charles Kirnon
Former Deputy Premier, Monstserrat

Charles Kirnon is a politician, a former Deputy Premier, and current Cabinet Minister in Montserrat.

Career

Kirnon served as Deputy Premier and Minister of Communications, Works and Labour in the Reuben Meade led administration of the Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP) from 2009 to 2014.

Kirnon unsuccessfully contested the 2014 general election for MCAP.

He returned to the Legislative Assembly following the 2019 general election and was appointed Minister of Education, Health, Community Services, Sports. Youth Affairs and Ecclesiastic Affairs on 21 November 2019.

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Occupation Politician
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Place of Birth Montserrat
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Notable Accomplishments
Deputy Premier and Minister of Communications, Works and Labour: 2009 - 2014
Minister of Education, Health, Community Services, Sports. Youth Affairs and Ecclesiastic Affairs: 21 November 2019 - present
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