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The Shadow Cabinet consists of members from the main opposition party in the House of Assembly, currently the Progressive Labour Party. Its role is to examine the work of each government department and develop policies in their specific areas

As of 18 December 2012 - 2017
Post Member
Opposition Leader Marc Bean 
Shadow Minister of Public Works Derrick Burgess
Shadow Minister of Tourism Wayne Furbert
Shadow Minister of Economic and Social Development Glenn Blakeney
Shadow Minister of Home Affairs Walter Roban
Shadow Minster of Community & Cultural Dev Michael Weeks 
Shadow Minister of Education Walton Brown    
Shadow Minister of Finance David Burt
Shadow Minister of Workforce Development Rolfe Commissiong 
Shadow Minister of Transport Lawrence Scott
Shadow Minister of Health & Seniors Zane DeSilva
Shadow Attorney General Kim Wilson
Shadow Minister of Quangos Dennis Lister
Shadow Minister of Public Safety Michael Scott
Opposition Senate Leader Diallo Rabain
Senate Spokesperson for Attorney General & Legal Affairs Marc Daniels
Shadow Minister for Municipalities Renee Ming
source: http://www.parliament.bm
http://www.govsubportal.com/news/item/2148-premier-announces-cabinet-changes
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