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Leaders of the Opposition of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
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Arnhim Eustace
Dr. The Hon. Godwin FRIDAY
Leader of the Opposition: 17 November 2017 - incumbent
New Democratic Party
Biography
Former Leaders of the Opposition
Milton Cato

Robert Milton CATO
Leader of the Opposition: 20 April 1961 - 16 March 1967
Saint Vincent Labour Party

Biography
Ebenezer Joshua

Ebenezer Theodore JOSHUA
Leader of the Opposition: 26 June 1967 - 8 February 1972
People' Political Party

Biography
Milton Cato

Robert Milton CATO
Leader of the Opposition: 4 May 1972 - 18 September 1974
Saint Vincent Labour Party

Biography
Ebenezer Joshua

Ivy Inez JOSHUA
Leader of the Opposition: 2 January 1975 - 27 October 1979
People' Political Party

Biography
James Mitchell

Calder WILLIAMS
Leader of the Opposition: 27 December 1979 - 7 May 1981
New Democratic Party

Biography
James Mitchell

Randolph B. RUSSELL
Leader of the Opposition: 21 July 1981 - 18 August 1982; 12 April 1984
Saint Vincent Labour Party

Biography
James Mitchell

James Fitz-Allen MITCHELL
Leader of the Opposition: 25 November 1982 - 22 December 1983
New Democratic Party

Biography
Milton Cato

Robert Milton CATO
Leader of the Opposition: 23 August 1984 - 29 November 1984
Saint Vincent Labour Party

Biography
Ralph Gonsalves

Vincent I. BEACHE
Leader of the Opposition: 30 July 1985 - 23 March 1989
Saint Vincent Labour Party

Biography
Ralph Gonsalves

Vincent I. BEACHE
Leader of the Opposition: 21 March 1994 - 30 August 1999
Unity Labour Party

Biography
Ralph Gonsalves

Dr. the Hon. Ralph GONSALVES
Leader of the Opposition: 8 December 1999 - 11 January 2001
Unity Labour Party

Biography
Ralph Gonsalves

The Hon. Arnhim EUSTACE
Leader of the Opposition: 29 March 2001 - 17 November 2016
New Democratic Party

Biography
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