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The new cabinet of Prime Minister, the Hon. Andrew Holness got down to official business this morning at Jamaica House. Here the new Minister with responsibility for Public Service and Information, Senator Arthur Williams is seen in discussions with Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Housing, Environment, Water and Local Government, Shahine Robinson, ahead of the first official Cabinet meeting on October 31, 2011.

 

Prime Minister Andrew Holness seen here at his first official cabinet meeting this morning at Jamaica House. The new Ministers in PM Holness’ Cabinet are Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Dr. Ken Baugh; Minister of Finance and Planning, Hon. Audley Shaw; Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett; Minister of National Security and Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Senator the Hon Dwight Nelson; Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Dr. the Hon Christopher Tufton;  Minister of Housing, Environment, Water and Local Government, Dr Horace Chang; Minister of Labour and Social Security, Hon. Pearnel Charles; Minister of Health, Hon Rudyard Spencer; Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture,  Hon Olivia “Babsy” Grange; Minister of Transport and Works, Hon Lester  Michael  Henry; Minister of Energy and Mining, Hon Clive Mullings;  Minister of Justice and Leader of the House, Hon Delroy Chuck; Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon Robert  Montague; Minister without portfolio, Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Telecommunications and Public Sector Efficiency, Hon. Daryl Vaz;  Minister without portfolio, Cabinet Office with responsibility for Public Service and Information, Senator the Hon Arthur Williams; Minister without portfolio, Ministry of Housing, Environment, Water and Local Government with responsibility for Local Government, Hon. Shahine Robinson.

 

Daryl Vaz, Minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for telecommunications and Public sector Efficiency seen at his first meeting of Cabinet at Jamaica House.   

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