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Baldwin Spencer

Cabinet of the Baldwin SPENCER Administration

24 March 2004 - 18 June 2014

Cabinet as of 1 November 2013 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
On 31 October 2013, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer announced a slight adjustment to his cabinet, with newly appointed Senator, the Hon. Mervyn Richardsbeing appointed Minister of State in the Ministry of Eduction, Sports, and Youth Affairs.
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON, QC
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health, Social Transformation and Consumer Affairs Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Minister of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of National Security Senator Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE
Minister of Education, Sports, Youth and Gender Affairs Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of Works and Transport Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister of State attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment Hon. Chanlah CODRINGTON
Minister of State attached to the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Minister of State attached to the Office of The Prime Minister Senator the Hon. Dr. Edmond MANSOOR
Minister of State attached to the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth Affairs with responsibility for Sports and Recreation, the Boys Training School and the School Meals Programme Senator the Hon. Mervyn RICHARDS
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator the Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Minister of State in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Cabinet as of 16 March 2009 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
On 15 March 2009, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer announced his new Cabinet of Ministers following the re-election of the United Progressive Party to a second term in office in the 12 March 2009 election.
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Utilities Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON, QC
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health, Social Transformation, and Consumer Affairs Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Minister of Finance, the Economy and Public Administration Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of National Security Senator Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, and Culture Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE
Minister of Education, Sports, Youth and Gender Affairs Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of Works and Transport Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister of State attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and the Environment Hon. Chanlah CODRINGTON
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Minister of State in the Office of The Prime Minister Senator the Hon. Dr. Edmond MANSOOR
Minister of State in the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth Affairs Senator the Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Minister of State in the Ministry of Legal Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister of State in the Ministry of Works and Transport Senator the Hon. Elmore CHARLES
Minister of State in the Ministry of National Security Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Cabinet as of 16 May 2008 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
Senator Joanne Massiah was confirmed as this country's new Minister of Agriculture,replacing Charlesworth Samuel who died in January
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Information,  Telecommunication, Public Utilities, Energy, Ecclesiastics, and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Transportation (including the Port Authority) Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON, QC
Minister of Justice and Public Safety  (including responsibility for the Police and Fire Division) Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Minister of Health Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture, and the Environment Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Marine Resources and Food Production Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister of Education, Sports, and Youth Affairs Hon. Bertrand JOSEPH
Minister of Public Administration, Labour, and Empowerment Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of Housing and Social Transformation Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture and the Environment with responsibility for Culture and Independence Celebrations Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, responsible for Public Utilities, Energy, and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, with responsibility for Information, Broadcasting and Telecommunications Senator the Hon. Dr. Edmond MANSOOR
Minister of State in the Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs with responsibility for Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Cabinet as of 1 January 2007 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
In his New Year's Message delivered on 31 December 2006, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer announced several changes to his Cabinet.
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Information,  Telecommunication, Public Utilities, Energy, Ecclesiastics, and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Transportation (including the Port Authority) Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON, QC
Minister of Justice and Public Safety  (including responsibility for the Police and Fire Division) Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Minister of Health Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture, and the Environment Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Marine Resources and Food Production Hon. Charlesworth SAMUEL
Minister of Education,  Sports, and Youth Affairs Hon. Bertrand JOSEPH
Minister of Public Administration, Labour, and Empowerment Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of Housing and Social Transformation Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Culture and the Environment with responsibility for Culture and Independence Celebrations Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, responsible for Public Utilities, Energy, and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production and Marine Affairs with responsibility for Food Production and Marine Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, with responsibility for Information, Broadcasting and Telecommunications Senator the Hon. Dr. Edmond MANSOOR
Minister of State in the Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs with responsibility for Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Cabinet as of 5 January 2005 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
In his New Year's Message delivered on 31 December 2004, Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer announced several changes to his Cabinet.
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Information,  Telecommunication, Ecclesiastics, and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Environment Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON, QC
Minister of Justice Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Minister of Health, Sports, and Youth Affairs Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, The Environment, Marine Resources, and Food Production Hon. Charlesworth SAMUEL
Minister of Education Hon. Bertrand JOSEPH
Minister of Public Administration, Labour, and Empowerment Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of Housing, Culture, and Social Transformation Hon. Hilson BAPTISTE
Minister of State in the Ministry of Housing, Culture and Social Transformation  with responsibility for Culture Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, responsible for Barbuda Affairs Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production and Marine Affairs with responsibility for Food Production and Marine Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister without Portfolio Senator, the Hon. Aziz HADEED
Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister, with responsibility for Information, Broadcasting, and Telecommunications Senator the Hon. Dr. Edmond MANSOOR
Minister of State in the Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs with responsibility for Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Cabinet as of 26 April 2004 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
On 26 April 2004, Hon. Trevor Walker was added to the Cabinet as Minster with responsibility for Barbuda Affairs.
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Information, Labour, Public Administration, Ecclesiastics and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Communications Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON
Minister of Social Transformation Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Minister of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tourism, International Transportation and Trade Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, The Environment, Marine Resources and Food Production Hon. Charlesworth SAMUEL
Minister of Education, Human Development and Culture Hon. Bertrand JOSEPH
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister, responsible for Barbuda Affairs Hon. Trevor WALKER
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Information and Public Service Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production and Marine Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator, the Hon. Aziz HADEED
Parliamentary Secretary attached to the Ministry of Social Transformation Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Parliamentary Secretary attached to the Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
Cabinet as of 26 March 2004 Baldwin SPENCER Administration, UPP
The cabinet that became effective on 26 March 2004 following the election of the United Progressive Party was as follows:
Post Office Holder
Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Information, Labour, Public Administration, Ecclesiastics and Barbuda Affairs Hon. Winston Baldwin SPENCER
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Communications Hon. Wilmoth DANIEL
Attorney-General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Justin L. SIMON
Minister of Social Transformation Senator the Hon. Colin DERRICK
Minister of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. John MAGINLEY
Minister of Finance, Economic Development and Planning Dr the Hon. Errol CORT
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tourism, International Transportation and Trade Hon. Harold LOVELL
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, The Environment, Marine Resources and Food Production Hon. Charlesworth SAMUEL
Minister of Education, Human Development and Culture Hon. Bertrand JOSEPH
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Information and Public Service Dr. the Hon.  Jacqui QUINN-LEANDRO
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production and Marine Affairs Senator, the Hon. Joanne MASSIAH
Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator, the Hon. Aziz HADEED
Parliamentary Secretary attached to the Ministry of Social Transformation Hon. Eleston ADAMS
Parliamentary Secretary attached to the Ministry of Health, Sports and Youth Affairs Hon. Winston WILLIAMS
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Government of Antigua and Barbuda http://www.ab.gov.ag/
Caribbean Media Corporation
The Daily News, February 24, 1976
The Daily News, January 4, 1974
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