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Photo Cabinet of the Harold Bernard ST. JOHN Administration
Barbados Labour Party | 1985 - 1986
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The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister.
Composition by Role
Ministers 12
Ministers of State 1
Ministers by Gender
Men 12
Women 1
11 March 1985
On 11 March 1985, Harold Bernard St. John was sworn in as the third Prime Minister of Barbados following the death of Prime Minister J.M.G.M. Tom Adams.
As of 11 March 1985
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Photo Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Planning Hon. H. Bernard ST. JOHN, MP
Photo Minister of Information and Leader of House of Assembly Hon. Lionel CRAIG, MP
Photo Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. David SIMMONS, MP
Photo Minister of Commerce, Industry and Consumer Affairs Hon. Louis TULL, MP
Photo Minister of Housing and Lands Hon. Lloyd B. BRATHWAITE, MP
Photo Minister of Education and Culture Hon. Billie MILLER, MP
Photo Minister of Health and Social Security Senator the Hon. O’Brien TROTMAN
Photo Minister of Labour and Community Development Hon. Delisle BRADSHAW, MP
Photo Minister of Transport and Works Hon. Victor JOHNSON, MP
Photo Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dr. the Hon. Richard CHELTENHAM, MP
Photo Minister of Tourism and the Environment Hon. Aaron TRUSS, MP
Photo Minister of Foreign Affairs Senator, the Hon. Nigel BARROW
Photo Minister of State (Planning) and Leader of Senate Senator, Hon. Clyde GRIFFITH
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Download 1985 Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals, Presented by the Hon. H. Bernard St. John, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Planning, 7 May 1985
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