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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 10
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 3
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Composition by Gender
Men 11
Women -
CABINET TIMELINE
shuffle Cabinet Reshuffle
30 October 1987

In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Erskine Sandiford announced a reshuffle of his Cabinet.

As of 30 October 1987 (partial list)
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Hon. Lloyd Erskine SANDIFORD, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Transport, Telecommunications, and Immigration Hon. Phillip GREAVES, MP
Photo Attorney General Hon. Maurice A. KING, MP
Photo Minister of Health Hon. Branford M. TAITT, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Sir James Cameron TUDOR
Photo Minister of Tourism and Sports Hon. Wes HALL, MP
Photo Minister of Education and Culture Hon. Cyril V. WALKER, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Hon. Warwick O. FRANKLIN, MP
Photo Minister of Trade, Industry and Commerce Hon. E. Evelyn GREAVES, MP
Photo Minister of Transport and Works Dr. the Hon. Donald C. BLACKMAN, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator, the Hon. Harcourt LEWIS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Community Development Hon. Maizie BARKER-WELCH, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Senator Clifton NEBLETT, MP
Photo Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Transport, Telecommunications, and Immigration Senator Anderson MORRISON
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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 10
Ministers of State 1
Parliamentary Secretaries 1
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Composition by Gender
Men 11
Women -
CABINET TIMELINE

1 June 1987
Erskine Sandiford was sworn in as the nation’s fourth post-Independence Prime Minister following the death of Prime Minister Errol Barrow on 1 June 1987. Sandiford, in his first official act, reappointed all Cabinet ministers in their positions “for the time being”.

Two new members were named to the Cabinet: Phillip Greaves, to serve as Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the House of Assembly, and Cyril Walker, as Minister of Education and Culture.

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13 June 1987
Prime Minister Erskine Sandiford announced a cabinet reshuffle, taking over economic affairs himself but leaving most major posts unchanged.

As of 13 June 1987 (partial list)
Photo Post Member
Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Affairs Hon. Lloyd Erskine SANDIFORD, MP
Photo Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of House of Assembly Hon. Phillip GREAVES, MP
Photo Minister of Finance Dr, the Hon. Richie Haynes, MP
Photo Attorney General Hon. Maurice A. KING, MP
Photo Minister of Health Hon. Branford M. TAITT, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Sir James Cameron TUDOR
Photo Minister of Tourism and Sports Hon. Wes HALL, MP
Photo Minister of Education and Culture Hon. Cyril V. WALKER, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Hon. Warwick O.FRANKLIN, MP
Photo Minister of Trade, Industry and Commerce Hon. E. Evelyn GREAVES, MP
Photo Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister Senator, the Hon. Harcourt LEWIS
Photo Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Community Development Hon. Maizie BARKER-WELCH, MP
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