List of Jamaican Ministers of State

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State Ministers of PNP Administration 2012[edit]

Source:[1]

  • Arnaldo Brown – Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade
  • Sharon Ffolkes Abrahams - Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce
  • Ian Hayles – Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries
  • Colin Fagan - Ministry of Local Government and Community Development
  • Richard Azan - Ministry of Transport, Works & Housing
  • Damion Crawford - Ministry of Tourism & Entertainment
  • Julian Robinson - Ministry of Mining, Energy & ICT
  • Luther Buchanan - Office of the Prime Minister

State Ministers of JLP Administration 2011[edit]

  • Hon. Robert Montague – Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) (local government reform)[2]
  • Hon. Daryl Vaz – OPM (project implementation and service delivery) recently information[2]
  • Hon. Shahine Robinson – OPM (civic responsibilities)[2]
  • Hon. Andrew Gallimore – Ministry of Labour and Social Security[2]
  • Hon. Joseph Hibbert – Ministry of Transport and Works[2]
  • Hon. Clifford Everald Warmington – Ministry of Water and Housing[2]
  • Hon. Michael Stern – Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce[2]
  • Hon. William J.C. Hutchinson – Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries[2]
  • Hon. Laurence Broderick – Ministry of Mining and Energy[2]
  • Senator Arthur Williams – Ministry of Finance and Public Service[2]
  • Senator Marlene Malahoo Forte – Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade[3]

See also[edit]

This list of ministers need updating. Hon. Robert Montague – Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries[1] Hon. Daryl Vaz – OPM (project implementation and service delivery) recently information[1] Hon. Shahine Robinson – OPM (civic responsibilities)[1] Hon. Pearne, J.P. – Ministry of Labour and Social Security[1] Hon. L. Michael Henry, C.D. – Ministry of Transport and Works[1] Hon. Dr. Horace Chang – Ministry of Water and Housing[1] Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton – Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce[1] Hon. Clive Mullings – Ministry of Mining and Energy[1] Hon. Audley Shaw – Ministry of Finance and Public Service[1] Hon. dr. Ken Baugh – Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Hon. Olivia Grange - Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Hon. Delroy Chuck - Minister of Justice

References[edit]

  1. ^ All About Jamaica
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Ministers of State". Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Jamaica. Retrieved September 2, 2009. 
  3. ^ Silvera, Janet (13 July 2009). "New junior foreign minister - Malahoo-Forte appointed senator". The Gleaner. Retrieved 27 January 2014. 

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