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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 14
Ministers of State 3
Parliamentary Secretaries 3
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Ministers by Gender
Men 12
Women 5
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle
18 February 2006
Prime Minister Owen Arthur announced a reshuffle of his Cabinet. The change in the Cabinet included the inclusion of former Opposition Leader (DLP) Cylde Mascoll who had earlier crossed the floor in Parliament to join the BLP. Six ministers, including Deputy Prime Minister Mia Mottley, had their portfolios changed, and two ministers were stripped of their positions completely.
18 February 2006
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Rt. Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Economic Affairs and Development Hon. Mia MOTTLEY QC, MP
Photo Senior Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Hon. Dame Billie A. MILLER DBE, D.A., BCH, MP
Photo Attorney General & Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Dale MARSHALL, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs and Business Development Senator, the Hon. Lynette EASTMOND (from 21 August 2003)
Photo Minister of Housing and Lands Hon. Reginald R. FARLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Education, Youth Affairs, and Sports Hon. Anthony P. WOOD, MP
Photo Minister of Health Dr., the Hon Jerome X. WALCOTT, MP.
Photo Minister of Energy and the Environment Hon. H. Elizabeth THOMPSON, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Senator, the Hon. GRIFFITH, Erskine
Photo Minister of Labour and Civil Service Hon. Rawle C. EASTMOND, MP
Photo Minister of Public Works Hon. Gline A. CLARKE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Transformation Hon. Hamilton LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism and International Transport Hon. Noel A. LYNCH, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of Education Hon. Cynthia Y. FORDE, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Hon. Kerrie SYMMONDS, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Hon. Clyde MASCOLL
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Finance, and Economic Development Senator Tyrone BARKER
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Office of Attorney General and the Ministry of Home Affairs Reverend Joseph J.S. ATHERLEY, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and International Transport Senator Rudy GRANT
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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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Compositon by Role
Ministers 14
Ministers of State 3
Parliamentary Secretaries 3
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Ministers by Gender
Men 13
Women 4
As of 21 Aug 2003: Men-12; Women-5
CABINET TIMELINE
26 May 2003
Prime Minister Owen Arthur announced his new Cabinet after successfully leading his Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to a third successive victory in the 21 May 2003 General Election. The new Cabinet was comprised of 17 ministers and three Permanent Secretaries.
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21 August 2003
Prime Minister Owen Arthur announced the replacement of Ronald Toppin asMinister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs, & Business Development with Senator Lynette Eastmond.
As of 26 May 2003
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs, Civil Service, Information, Defense & Security Rt. Hon. Owen S. ARTHUR, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister & Attorney General, and Minister of Home Affairs Hon. Mia A. MOTTLEY QC, MP
Photo Senior Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Hon. Billie A. MILLER, MP (Dame Bille as of 30 November 2003)
Photo Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development Senator, the Hon. GRIFFITH, Erskine
Photo Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs, & Business Development Hon. Ronald TOPPIN, MP (until 21 August 2003)
Photo Senator, the Hon. Lynette EASTMOND (from 21 August 2003)
Photo Minister of Education, Youth Affairs, & Sports Hon. Reginald R. FARLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Energy & Public Utilities Hon. Anthony P. WOOD, MP
Photo Minister of Health Dr., the Hon Jerome X. WALCOTT, MP.
Photo Minister of Housing, Lands, & Environment Hon. H. Elizabeth THOMPSON, MP
Photo Minister of Industry & International Business Hon. Dale D. MARSHALL, MP
Photo Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon. Rawle C. EASTMOND, MP
Photo Minister of Public Works Hon. Gline A. CLARKE, MP
Photo Minister of Social Transformation Hon. Hamilton LASHLEY, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism & International Transport Hon. Noel A. LYNCH, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of Education, Youth Affairs, & Culture Hon. Cynthia Y. FORDE, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Ministry of  Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade Hon. Kerrie SYMMONDS, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office and Ministry of Civil Service Senator, the Hon. John E.D. WILLIAMS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Finance, and Economic Development Senator Tyrone BARKER
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Office of Attorney General and the Ministry of Home Affairs Reverend Joseph J.S. ATHERLEY, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and International Transport Senator Rudy GRANT
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BUDGETS PRESENTED UNDER THE THIRD OWEN ARTHUR ADMINISTRATION learn more
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Download 2007 Economic and Financial Policies of Government of Barbados, Presented by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Minister of Finance, 14 March 2007
Download 2006 Economic and Financial Policies of Government of Barbados, Presented by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Minister of Finance, 16 January 2006
Download 2004 Economic and Financial Policies of Government of Barbados, Presented by the Rt. Hon. Owen Arthur, Minister of Finance, 7 December 2004
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