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Past Cabinets of Bermuda
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Here we include information on past Cabinet appointments in Bermuda. This section is not all inclusive and we will continue to update as further information becomes available. We invite you to contribute other information that would allow us to expand this section and to notify us if you think any of the information listed here has become deceptive or unfactual.
Photo Cabinet of the Paula COX Administration
Progressive Labour Party | 29 Oct 2010 - 18 Dec 2012
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Cabinet Office, Bermuda
The Cabinet consists of ministerial heads of departments and is chaired by the Premier
Composition by Role
Ministers 13
Ministers by Gender
Men 9
Women 4
5 November 2010
Premier Paula Cox announced her new Cabinet.
Bermuda Cabinet from 5 November 2010 with then-Premier Cox
Bermuda Cabinet from 5 November 2010 with then-Premier Cox
Post Member
Premier and Minister of Finance  Hon. Paula Cox, JP, MP
Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Works Hon. Derrick Burgess, JP, MP
Minister of Education Hon. Dame Jennifer Smith, DBE, JP, DHumL, MP
Attorney General and Minister of Justice Hon. Michael Scott, JP, MP
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Senator the Hon. Kim Wilson
Minister of National Security Senator the Hon. Lt. Col. David Burch, OBE, JP, ED
Minister of Transport Hon.Terry Lister, JP, MP
Minister of the Environment Hon. Walter Roban, JP, MP 
Minister of Youth Affairs and Family Hon. Glenn Blakeney, JP, MP
Minister of Health Hon. Zane DeSilva, JP, MP  
Minister of Public Information Services Hon. Neletha Butterfield, MBE, JP, MP
Minister of Business Development and Tourism Hon. Patrice Minors, JP, MP
Minister without Portfolio Hon. Michael Weekes, JP, MP
source: http://www.parliament.bm
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