Updated: View Site Map Site Map
Biography
HEROES LEADERS WOMEN HONOURED IN MEMORIAM
Walter Robinson
(28 June 1939 - 13 August 1996)
spacer
Walter N.H. Robinson
Former Leader of the Opposition of Bermuda

Walter Robinson was a Bermudian politician and a former Leader of the Opposition in Bermuda.

Career

Robinson was a founding father and the first Deputy Leader of the Progressive Labor Party (PLP). In 1966, Robinson become Political Leader of the PLP.

He served as Leader of the Opppositon from 1966 to 1968; and again from 1972 to 1976.

In April 1976, Mr. Robinson retired from active politics later becoming a Puisne Judge.

Personal life

Robinson was married to wife Gwen Robinson.

Sources
 
Fact Check
We strive for accuracy and fairness. If you see something that doesn't look right, or if you would like to share additional information on the topic, kindly contact us!
How to Reference Our Site
To reference our site, please use the following as a general guideline.
APA: KnowledgeWalk Institute. (Date Published). Title of Web Page. Retrieved from (URL)
MLA: "Title of Web Page." caribbeanelections.com. KnowledgeWalk Institute, (date published). Web. Date Accessed.
Chicago: "Title of Web Page," KnowledgeWalk Institute, last modified (date), URL.
QUICK FACTS
spacer
Occupation Lawyer, Politician
spacer
Date of Birth 28 June 1939
Place of Birth Bermuda
spacer
Date of Birth 13 August 1996 (aged 57)
Place of Birth Bermuda
spacer
Notable Accomplishments
Leader of the Opposition: 1966 - May 1968; Jun 1972 - Apr 1976
RELATED RESOURCES
spacer
Barbados Bermuda
Leaders of the Opposition of Bermuda
POLITICAL AFFILIATION
spacer
Progressive Labour Party
 BROWSE BIOGRAPHY learn more
 SELECT BIOGRAPHIES BY COUNTRY

 National Heroes
 Caribbean Leaders
 Women in Caribbean Politics
 Caribbean Nobel Laureates
 Order of the Caribbean Community Recipients
 In Memoriam
 ABOUT CARIBBEAN ELECTIONS learn more
Caribbean Elections
Caribbean Elections provides comprehensive information on the electoral process, politics, and citizenship in the Caribbean. The portal includes election data and resources for the public, teachers, students, and researchers.
Learn more about CE»