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Photo Cabinet of the J.M.G.M. 'Tom' ADAMS Administration
Barbados Labour Party | 1981 - 1985
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CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
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Composition by Role
Ministers 8
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 1
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Ministers by Gender
Men 8
Women 1
CABINET TIMELINE
June 1981
Prime Minister J.M.G.M. 'Tom' Adams announced his new Cabinet after leading his Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to its second consecutive victory in the 18 June 1981 General Election.
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11 March 1985
Prime Minister Adams died in office in the afternnon of 11 March 1985. He was replaced as Prime Minister by Harold Bernard St. John.
As of June 1981 (partial list)
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Planning Hon. J.M.G.M. Adams, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade and Tourism Hon. H. Bernard ST. JOHN, MP
Photo Attorney General and Minister of External Affairs Hon. Louis TULL, MP
Photo Minister of Health Hon. Lloyd B. BRATHWAITE, MP
Photo Minister of Education Hon. Billie MILLER, MP
Photo Minister of Information and Culture Hon. Lionel CRAIG, MP
Photo Minister of Energy Senator, Hon. Clyde GRIFFITH
Photo Minister of Housing and Lands Hon. DeLisle O. BRADSHAW, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Senator the Hon. O’Brien TROTMAN
Photo Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism Hon. Leroy SISNETT, MP
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BUDGETS PRESENTED UNDER THE J.M.G.M. ADAMS SECOND ADMINISTRATION learn more
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Download 1985 Economic State and Budgetary Proposals, Presented by the Hon. J.M.G.M Adams, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, 27 April 1983
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