Cabinet of Dominica

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The Cabinet of Dominica is appointed by the President of Dominica acting in accordance with the advice of the Prime Minister of Dominica.

Ministers of Dominica[edit]

  • Roosevelt Skerrit - Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Foreign Affairs and Information Technology
  • Ambrose George - Minister for Information, Telecommunications and Constituency Empowerment
  • Reginald Austrie - Minister for Housing, Lands, Settlements and Water Resources
  • Matthew Walter - Minister for Agriculture and Forestry.
  • Ian Douglas - Minister of Tourism and Legal Affairs
  • Senator Charles Savarin - Minister for National Security, Labour, Immigration and The Public Service
  • Julius Timothy - Minister for Health
  • Rayburn Blackmoore - Minister for Public Works, Energy and Ports
  • Ashton Graneau - Minister for Carib Affairs
  • Dr. Kenneth Darroux - Minister for Environment, Natural Resources, Physical Planning and Fisheries
  • Dr. Colin McIntyre - Minister of Employment, Trade, Industry, Consumer Affairs, Private Sector Relations, Caricom, OECS and Diaspora Affairs
  • Gloria Shillingford - Minister for Social Services, Community Development and Gender Affairs
  • Petter St. Jean - Minister for Education and Human Resource Development
  • Justina Charles - Minister for Culture, Youth Affairs and Sports
  • Senator Alvin Bernard - Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Attorney General - Levi Peter
  • Kelver Darroux - Parliamentary Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Information Technology
  • Johnson Drigo - Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Public Works, Energy and Ports
  • Ivor Stephenson - Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Housing, Lands, Settlements and Water Resources
  • Steve Ferrol - Secretary to the Cabinet and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Carib Affairs (Head of the Public Service)