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Photo Cabinet of the Fourth Errol W. BARROW Administration
Democratic Labour Party | 1986 - 1987
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CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
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Composition by Role
Ministers 10
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 2
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Ministers by Gender
Men 11
Women -
CABINET TIMELINE
3 June 1986
Prime Minister Errol Barrow announced his new Cabinet following the return of his Democratic Labour Party (DLP) to office in the 28 May 1986 General Election.
As of 3 June 1987 (partial list)
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Photo Prime Minister Hon. Errol W. BARROW, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education and Culture Hon. Lloyd Erskine SANDIFORD, MP
Photo Minister of Finance Dr, the Hon. Richie HAYNES, MP
Photo Attorney General Hon. Maurice A. KING, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs The Hon. Sir James Cameron TUDOR
Photo Minister of Tourism Hon. Branford M. TAITT, MP
Photo Minister of Employment and Labour Relations Hon. Wes HALL, MP
Photo Minister of Housing and Lands Hon. Harold BLACKMAN, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture Hon. Warwick O.FRANKLIN, MP
Photo Minister of Trade and Commerce Hon. E. Evelyn GREAVES, MP
Photo Minister of State Senator, the Hon. Harcourt LEWIS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary Hon Cyril V. WALKER, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Community Development Maizie BARKER-WELCH
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