To Auntie Moses and others who were offended by our lack of writing skills last night.
We were a little “tired” and should not have been posting. I would like to assure everyone that none of us were driving last night as the party was nearby. BFP has now “fixed up” this article with the missing names and also removed the parts that offended Auntie and a few others judging by the emails.
Once again, our sincere apologies and we will heed our readers’ advice to go a little easier on the partying.
Marcus, Cliverton, and Robert
New Cabinet – You can hear the PM Announce it at GoWeb (link here) Here is the list…
Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Economic Affairs & Development, Labour, Civil Service, Energy
Freundel Stuart – Attorney General, Minister of Home affairs
Chris Sinkler – Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade & International Business
Donville Inniss – Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade & International Business
David Estwick – Minister of Health, National Insurance and Social Security
Ronald Jones – Minister of Education, Human Resource Development
Denis Lowe – Minister of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Urban Development
Patrick Todd – Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Care, Constituency Empowerment and Urban Development
Richard Sealy – Minister of Tourism
Senator Haynesley Benn, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development
George Hutson – Minister of Trade, Industry and Commerce
Michael Lashley – Minister of Housing and Lands
Dr. Esther Byer Suckoo – Minister of Family, Youth Affairs, Sports and Environment
Steve Blackett – Minister of Community Development and Culture
John Boyce – Minister of Transport, Works, and International Transport
Darcy Boyce – Senate – Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Finance & Energy
Senator Maxine McClean – Appointed to Senate as Leader of Government Business and as Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office. Management, Administration and Training.
Senator Arni Walters – Senate – Employment, Labour Relations, Social Partnership
We have reservations about Thompson taking on the Minister of Finance position. In the next few days we will expand upon these thoughts.