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COMMITTEE COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister
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Composition by Role
Ministers 9
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Ministers by Gender
Men 8
Women 1
CABINET TIMELINE
7 February 2010
Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas Tuesday announced the appointment of his most senior Cabinet colleague, the Hon Dr. Earl Asim Martin as his Deputy Prime Minister. His appointment comes in the wake of the resignation last week Friday of the Hon. Sam Condor, who was Deputy Prime Minister since 1995.
As of 5 February 2013
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Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Sustainable Development, Human Resource Development, Constituency Empowerment, and Social Security Photo Hon. Dr. Denzil DOUGLAS
Minister of Energy, Public Works and Utilities Photo Hon. Dr. Earl Asim MARTIN
Minister of Justice, Legal Affairs, International Trade, Industry, Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, and Labour Photo Hon. Patrice NISBETT
Minister of Health, Social Services, Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Photo Hon. Marcella LIBURD
Minister of Sports, Youth Empowerment, Information Technology, and Telecommunications Photo Hon. Glenn PHILLIP
Minster of Education, Information, Agriculture, Marine Resources and Cooperatives Photo Hon.Senator Nigel CARTY
Minister of Tourism, International Transport, International Trade, Industry, Commerce, and Consumer Affairs Photo Hon. Senator Richard SKERRITT
Attorney General   Hon Jason HAMILTON
COMMITTEE COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister
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Composition by Role
Ministers 9
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Ministers by Gender
Men 8
Women 1
CABINET TIMELINE
25 January 2013
 Less than 72 hours after Prime Minister Dr Denzil Douglas warned two senior Cabinet ministers that they should either resign or submit their resignations if they intended to oppose the government policies, he has fired Senior Minister Dr Timothy Harris.
As of 25 January 2013
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Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Sustainable Development, Human Resource Development, and Constituency Empowerment  Photo Hon. Dr. Denzil DOUGLAS
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Foreign Affairs, Labour, Immigration and Social Security Photo Hon. Sam CONDOR
Minister of Energy, Public Works and Utilities Photo Hon. Dr. Earl Asim MARTIN
Minister of Justice, Legal Affairs, International Trade, Industry, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Photo Hon. Patrice NISBETT
Minister of Health, Social Services, Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Photo Hon. Marcella LIBURD
Minister of Sports, Youth Empowerment, Information Technology, and Telecommunications Photo Hon. Glenn PHILLIP
Minster of Education, Information, Agriculture, Marine Resources and Cooperatives Photo Hon.Senator Nigel CARTY
Minister of Tourism and International Transport Photo Hon. Senator Richard SKERRITT
Attorney General   Hon Jason HAMILTON
COMMITTEE COMPOSITION
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Prime Minister
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Composition by Role
Ministers 9
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Ministers by Gender
Men 8
Women 1
CABINET TIMELINE
7 February 2010
A new nine-member St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) Cabinet of Prime Minister Denzil Douglas was sworn in on Sunday,7 February 2010, two weeks after the party won general elections. The selection features a mix of familiar and fresh faces and crosses party lines.
As of 7 February 2010
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Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Sustainable Development and Human Resource Development Photo Hon. Dr. Denzil DOUGLAS
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Foreign Affairs, Labour, Immigration and Social Security Photo Hon. Sam CONDOR
Minister of International Trade, Industry, Commerce, Agriculture, Marine Resources, Consumer Affairs and Constituency Empowerment Photo Hon. Dr. Timoth HARRIS
Minister of Energy, Public Works and Utilities Photo Hon. Dr. Earl Asim MARTIN
Attorney General and Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs Photo Hon. Patrice NISBETT
Minister of Health, Social Services, Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Photo Hon. Marcella LIBURD
Minister of Sports, Youth Empowerment, Information Technology, and Telecommunications Photo Hon. Glenn PHILLIP
Minister of Education and Information Photo Hon.Senator Nigel CARTY
Minister of Tourism and International Transport Photo Hon. Senator Richard SKERRITT
source: http://www.gov.kn
http://www.commonwealthofnations.org/sectors-st_kitts_and_nevis/government/government_ministries/
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