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Here we include information on past Cabinet appointments in Bermuda. This section is not all inclusive and we will continue to update as further information becomes available. We invite you to contribute other information that would allow us to expand this section and to notify us if you think any of the information listed here has become deceptive or unfactual.
Craig Cannonier Cabinet of the Craig CANNONIER Administration
One Bermuda Alliance |18 Dec 2012 - 19 May 2014
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Cabinet Office, Bermuda
CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Premier
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Composition by Role
Ministers 13
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Ministers by Gender
Men 11
Women 2
CABINET TIMELINE
19 December 2012
Premier Craig Cannonier announced his new Cabinet.
Bermuda Cabinet from 19 December 2012 with then-Premier Cannonier
Bermuda Cabinet from 19 December 2012 with then-Premier Cannonier
Post Member
Premier Hon. Craig Cannonier, JP, MP 
Minister of Home Affairs  Hon. Michael Fahy, JP  
Minister of Finance  Hon. Everard "Bob" Richard, JP, MP  
Minister of Community and Cultural Development  Hon. Wayne Scott, JP, MP 
Minister of Public Safety  Hon. Michael Dunkley, JP, MP  
Minister of Economic Development  Hon. Grant Gibbons, JP, MP
Minister of Public Works  Hon. Trevor Moniz, JP, MP 
Attorney General & Minister of Legal Affairs  Hon. Mark Pettingill, JP, MP  
Minister of Education Hon. Nalton Brangman, JP
Minister of Health and Seniors  Hon. Patricia Gordon-Pamplin  
Minister of Environment and Planning  Hon. Sylvan Richards, JP, MP 
Minister of Tourism Development and Transportation Hon. Shawn Crockwell, JP, MP  
Minister without Portfolio Hon. Leah Scott, JP, MP
source: http://www.parliament.bm
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