Prime Minister of Sint Maarten

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The Prime Minister of Sint Maarten became the head of government of Sint Maarten after the Netherlands Antilles had been dissolved on 10 October 2010. The prime minister, together with the Council of Ministers and the Governor of Sint Maarten, form the executive branch of the government of Sint Maarten. Sint Maarten's current prime minister is Leona Marlin-Romeo.

List of Prime Ministers of Sint Maarten[edit]

Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of Office Political Party Election Cabinet
Took Office Left Office
1 Sarah Wescot-Williams Sarah Wescot-Williams
(born 1956)
10 October 2010[1] 21 May 2012 Democratic Party (DP) 2010 Wescot-Williams I
21 May 2012[2] 14 June 2013 Wescot-Williams II
14 June 2013[3] 19 December 2014 Wescot-Williams III
2 Marcel Gumbs Marcel Gumbs
(born 1953)
19 December 2014[4] 19 November 2015 United People's Party (UP) 2014 Gumbs
3 William Marlin William Marlin
(born 1950)
19 November 2015[5] 20 December 2016 National Alliance (NA) Marlin I
20 December 2016[6] 24 November 2017 2016 Marlin II
4 Rafael Boasman Rafael Boasman
(born 1953)
24 November 2017[7] 15 January 2018 United St. Maarten Party (US)


5 Leona Marlin-Romeo Leona Marlin-Romeo
(born 1973)
15 January 2018[8] 25 June 2018 United Democrats (UD) Marlin-Romeo I
25 June 2018[9] Incumbent 2018 Marlin-Romeo II
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References[edit]

  1. ^ RNW.nl - Wescot verrassende eerste premier Sint Maarten
  2. ^ "New ministers sworn in, NA-led Govt takes office". The Daily Herald. 2012-05-22. Retrieved 23 May 2012.
  3. ^ "Ministers sworn in, urged to protect integrity of democracy" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 15 June 2013.
  4. ^ "New Prime Minister of Sint Maarten Hon. Marcel Gumbs Makes Statement after Taking Oath of Office". Soualiga Newsday. 19 December 2014.
  5. ^ "Prime Minister William Marlin promised open and transparent government". SMN News. 19 November 2015.
  6. ^ "Upgrade New Governing Operating System 21.0 to secure future Growth". SMN News. 20 December 2016.
  7. ^ "UPDATE Kingdom Government orders Marlin's dismissal". The Daily Herald. 24 November 2017.
  8. ^ "New Interim Council of Ministers sworn-in headed by Prime Minister Leona Marlin-Romeo". Soualiga Newsday. 15 January 2018.
  9. ^ "New cabinet to be sworn-in Monday". The Daily Herald. 23 June 2018.