Updated: View Site Map Site Map
The Cabinet of Barbados
Parliament | House | Senate | Governors-General | Prime Ministers | Cabinet | Opposition Leaders | Chief Justices
Cabinet of Barbados | Select Administration
 
Photo Cabinet of the Second Owen S. ARTHUR Administration
Barbados Labour Party | 1999 - 2003
Learn more about Owen S. ARTHUR | Prime Minister »
spacer
Photo
CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
spacer
Composition by Role
Ministers 14
Ministers of State 2
Special Envoy (cabinet level) 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 1
spacer
Ministers by Gender
Men 13
Women 4
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle
1 October 2001
On 24 September 2001 Prime Minister Owen Arthur announced a reshuffle of his Cabinet. The changes were effective from October 1.
1 October 2001
Photo Post Member
Photo Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Information, Defense & Security Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade Hon. Billie A. MILLER, MP
Photo Attorney General & Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Mia A. MOTTLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs, & Business Development Hon. Ronald TOPPIN, MP
Photo Minister of Economic Development, Industry & International Business Hon. Reginald R. FARLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development Hon. Anthony P. WOOD, MP
Photo Minister of Education, Youth Affairs, & Sports Hon. Rudolph GREENIDGE, MP
Photo Minister of Health Senator, Dr. the Hon. Jerome X Walcott
Photo Minister of Physical Development & the Environment Hon. H. Elizabeth THOMPSON, MP
Photo Minister of Public Works & Transportation Hon.Rommel MARSHALL, MP
Photo Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon. Rawle C. EASTMOND, MP
Photo Minister of Housing & Lands Hon. Gline A. CLARKE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Transformation Hon. Hamilton LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism & International Transport Hon. Noel LYNCH, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office and the Civil Service Senator, the Hon. Glyne MURRAY
Photo Minister of State for Education, Youth Affairs and Culture Hon. Cynthia Y. FORDE, MP
Photo Special Envoy to the Prime Minister on Technology, Investment, & Trade Senator, the Hon. Philip GODDARD
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Senator the Hon. Tyronne E. BARKER
spacer
Photo
CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
spacer
Compositon by Role
Ministers 14
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 2
spacer
Ministers by Gender
Men 13
Women 2
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle

12 August 1999
Prime Minister Owen Arthur has announced the termination of the appointment of H. Elizabeth Thompson as as Minister of Health. Phillip Goddard was named as her replacement. Goddard, the former Minister of Transportation and Public Works was succeeded by Rommel Marshall.

As of 19 August 1999
Photo Post Member
Photo Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs, Information, Defense & Security Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade Hon. Billie A. MILLER, MP
Photo Attorney General & Minister of Home Affairs Hon. David SIMMONS, MP
Photo Minister of Education, Youth Affairs, & Culture Hon. Mia A. MOTTLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs, & Business Development Hon. Ronald TOPPIN, MP
Photo Minister of Industry & International Business Hon. Reginald R. FARLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development Hon. Anthony P. WOOD, MP
Photo Minister of Labour, Sports, & Public Sector Reform Hon. Rudolph GREENIDGE, MP
Photo Minister of Public Works & Transportation Hon.Rommel MARSHALL, MP
Photo Minister of Health Senator, the Hon. Philip GODDARD
Photo Minister of Environment, Energy, & Natural Resources Hon. Rawle C. EASTMOND, MP
Photo Minister of Housing & Lands Hon. Gline A. CLARKE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Transformation Hon. Hamilton LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism & International Transport Hon. Noel LYNCH, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office and the Civil Service Senator, the Hon. Glyne MURRAY
Photo Parliamentary Secretary of Education, Youth Affairs and Culture Senator the Hon. Cynthia Y. FORDE, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Senator the Hon. Tyronne E. BARKER
spacer
Photo
CABINET COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
spacer
Compositon by Role
Ministers 14
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 2
Total Members 16
spacer
Composition by Gender
Men 12
Women 4
CABINET TIMELINE
25 January 1999
On 24 January 1999, Prime Minister Owen Arthur announced an expanded 14-member Cabinet after successfully leading his Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to a second successive victory in the 20 January 1999 General Election. The Cabinet was sworn in on 25 January 1999
As of 25 January 1999
Photo Post Member
Photo Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs, Information, Defense & Security Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade Hon. Billie A. MILLER, MP
Photo Attorney General & Minister of Home Affairs Hon. David SIMONS, MP
Photo Minister of Education, Youth Affairs, & Culture Hon. Mia A. MOTTLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs, & Business Development Hon. Ronald TOPPIN, MP
Photo Minister of Industry & International Business Hon. Reginald R. FARLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development Hon. Anthony P. WOOD, MP
Photo Minister of Labour, Sports, & Public Sector Reform Hon. Rudolph GREENIDGE, MP
Photo Minister of Public Works & Transportation Senator, the Hon. Philip GODDARD
Photo Minister of Health Hon. H. Elizabeth THOMPSON, MP
Photo Minister of Environment, Energy, & Natural Resources Hon. Rawle C. EASTMOND, MP
Photo Minister of Housing & Lands Hon. Gline A. CLARKE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Transformation Hon. Hamilton LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism & International Transport Hon. George PAYNE, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office and the Civil Service Senator, the Hon. Glyne MURRAY
Photo Parliamentary Secretary of Education, Youth Affairs and Culture Senator the Hon. Cynthia Y. FORDE, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Senator the Hon. Tyronne E. BARKER
spacer
BUDGETS PRESENTED UNDER THE SECOND OWEN ARTHUR ADMINISTRATION learn more
Download Year Title
Download 2002 Financial Statement: Economic and Financial Policies of Government, Presented by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance & Economic Affairs, Barbados, 22 October 2002
Download 2001 Financial Statement: Economic and Financial Policies of Government, Presented by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Prime Minister and Ministerster of Finance & Economic Affairs, Barbados, 8 August 2001
Download 1999 Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals, Presented by the Hon. Owen S. Arthur, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, 24 August 1999
    All Budget Statements for Barbados »
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.
Visit the Barbados Knowledge Centre
 Biographies
 Cabinet
 Chief Justices
 Country Profile
 Country Studies
 Diplomacy & Aid
 Elections
 Electoral Legislation
 Governors-General
 Heads of Government
 Independence
 Independence Messages
 Leaders of the Opposition
 Manifestos
 National Budgets
 National Heroes
 National Strategies and Policies
 Parliament
 Political Parties
 Throne Speeches
 Treaties & Agreements
 United Nations General Assembly Addresses
 Weblinks
 SEARCH CARIBBEAN ELECTIONS
 GENERAL TOPICS Visit the Reading Room
 Caribbean Constitutions
 Caribbean Studies
 Citizenship Education
 Democracy
 Free Trade Agreements
 Green Economy
 Global Election Sites
 Human Development Reports
 Human Rights
 International Development Reports
 International Politics
 Multilateral Agencies
 National Budgets
 National Heroes
 National Strategies & Policies
 Political Party Manifestos
 Population and Housing Census
 Regional and International Integration
 Trade and Investment
 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»
Visit KnowledgeWalk Institute © 2008-2019 KnowledgeWalk Institute. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Statement | Terms of Use  | Advertise With Us | About Us | Contact Us