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New Trinidad & Tobago Cabinet

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad –┬áPrime Minister Dr, Keith Rowley has finalised his cabinet. Six senators were appointed and sworn in as ministers at Queen’s Hall in Port Of Spain.

The new Government Senators are Paula Gopee-Scoon, Dennis Moses, Clarence Rambharat, Jennifer Baptiste-Primus, Franklyn Khan and Avinash Singh.

The New New Trinidad & Tobago Cabinet

Prime Minister – Dr Keith Rowley

Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi

Minister of National Security Minister- Edmund Dillon

Minister of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries – Clarence Rambharat

Minister in the Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs – Stuart Young

Minister of Communications- Maxie Cuffie

Minister of Community Development, Culture and the Arts- Dr Nyan Gasby Dolly

Minister of Education- Anthony Garcia

Minister of Energy and Energy Affairs- Nicole Ollivierre

Minister of Finance – Colm Imbert

Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs – Senator Hon Dennis Moses

Minister of Health – Terrence Deyalsingh

Minister of Housing and Urban Development – Marlene McDonald

Minister of Labour – Senator Jennifer Baptiste-Primus

Minister of Planning and Development – Camille Robinson-Regis

Minister of Public Administration – Randall Mitchell

Minister of Public Utilities – Brigadier (Ret) Ancil Antoine

Minister of Rural Development and Local Government – Senator Franklin Khan

Minister of Social Development and Family Services – Cherryann Critchlow-Cockburn

Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs – Darryl Smith

Minister of Tourism – Shamfa Cudjoe

Minister of Trade and Industry – Senator Paula Gopee-Scoon

Minister of Works and Transport – Fitzgerald Hinds

No Cabinet Ministers/Appointments

Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Land & Fisheries – Avinash Singh

Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister – Ayanna Webster-Roy

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