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Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda

The Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda[1] is the executive branch of the government of Antigua and Barbuda.

Minister of Health & The Environment Honourable Molwyn Joseph
Minister of Works and Housing Honourable Eustace Lake
Minister of Trade, Commerce, Industry, Sports, Culture & National Festivals Honourable Everly Paul Chet Greene
Minister of Social Transformation & Human Resource Development Honourable Samantha Marshall
Minister of Foreign Affairs & International Trade Honourable Charles Henry Fernandez
Minister of Information, Broadcasting, Telecommunications & Information Technology Honourable Melford Nicholas
Minister of Agriculture, Lands, Fisheries & Barbuda Affairs Honourable Arthur Nibbs
Minister of Education, Science & Technology Honourable Michael Browne
Minister of State within the Ministry of Finance & Corporate Governance Senator the Honourable Lennox Weston
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Legal Affairs, Public Safety, Immigration and Labour Senator the Honourable Maureen Payne-Hyman
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Social Transformation and Human Resource Development Senator the Honourable Londel Benjamin
Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Trade, Commerce, Industry, Sports, Culture & National Festivals Senator the Honourable Colin James

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  1. ^ "The Cabinet". Government of Antigua and Barbuda. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
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