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Osbourne Berrington Fleming
(18 February 1940 - )
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Osbourne Berrington Fleming

Osbourne Berrington Fleming (born February 18, 1940) is a politician and the chief minister of Anguilla.

Early life

Osbourne Berrington Fleming was born on 18 February 1980.

Career

He held that post from 6 March 2000, three days after the Anguilla United Front, a conservative coalition which included Fleming's Anguilla National Alliancewon parliamentary elections, gaining at least 4 of the 7 seats, until 18 February 2010 in which he retired from his seat as the Chief Minister of Anguilla.

Fleming was a prominent and successful businessman prior to entering politics. He served for many years as Minister of Finance before winning election as Anguilla's Chief Minister.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osbourne_Fleming
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Osbourne Fleming
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OCCUPATION: Politician
 
BORN: 18 February 1940
 
NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:
Chief Minister of Anguilla: 6 March 2000 – 18 February 2010
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