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The Bahamas Cabinet Portfolio Adjustments
By Cabinet Office,
Feb 20, 2007 - 4:54:01 PM

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The Cabinet Office announces for public information that consequent upon the resignation of Hon. Shane Gibson from the Cabinet yesterday, Rt. Hon. Prime Minister has advised his Excellency the Governor General to make the following portfolio adjustments to the Cabinet with effect as from today’s date:

  1. Ministerial responsibility for Immigration will be transferred to the Hon. Bradley Roberts, who will be designated Minister of Works & Immigration;
  2. Ministerial responsibility for Labour and Training will be transferred to the Hon. Vincent Peet, who will be designated Minister of Labour & Financial Services;
  3. Ministerial responsibility for Bahamasair will be transferred from the Rt. Hon. Prime Minister to the Hon. Obie Wilchcombe;
  4. Ministerial responsibility for the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas, Radio & Television Broadcasting and the Bahamas Information Services will be transferred from the Hon. Obie Wilchcombe to Senator the Hon. Dr. Bernard Nottage who will be redesignated Minister of Health, National Insurance & Public Information.

All other portfolio assignments remain as before.

 



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