Patrick Herminie

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Patrick Herminie is the Speaker of the National Assembly of Seychelles, to which post he was elected on May 29. 2007. He is a member of the Seychelles People's Progressive Front, and was first elected to the Assembly in 1993.

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EDUCATIONAL RECORDS

1995 Master in Public Health, Nuffield Institute, University of Leeds, England

1990 Doctorate in General Medicine, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

1982 Seychelles College (“A Levels”)

1980 Seychelles College (“O Levels”)

INSERVICE TRAINING

1997 Training of Trainers (Epidemic Control) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

1998 Certificate in Aviation Medicine, King's College London

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

1990 Medical Officer, Seychelles Hospital, Seychelles

1992 Senior Medical Officer, Seychelles Hospital, Seychelles

1995 Director, Environmental Health Section, Ministry of Health

1996 Director General, Disease Prevention and Control, Ministry of Health

1998 Director General, Division of Primary Health Care, Ministry of Health

2000- 2003 Director General, Disease Prevention and Control, Ministry of Health

POLITICAL CAREER

1992 Member of the Commission drafting the Constitution of the third Republic of Seychelles

1993 Elected Member of the National Assembly for English River Constituency

1998 Re-elected Member for the National Assembly for the English River Constituency

1998- 2007 Leader of Government Business in the National Assembly (Majority Leader)

1998 to 2010 Member of the Central Committee of the Seychelles People’s Progressive Front (The present ruling party)

2003 Re-elected Member of the National Assembly for English River Constituency

2007- 2011 Oct. Speaker of the 4th National Assembly of Seychelles

2011 Oct. to date Speaker of the 5th National Assembly of Seychelles