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The Cabinet of the British Virgin Islands (formerly referred to as the Executive Council, or sometimes ExCo) is the collective decision-making body of the British Virgin Islands government. It  is comprised of Governor Jaspert who is the Chairman; the Premier, the four Ministers and the Attorney General, as an ex officio member.  The Cabinet is responsible for the formulation of policy, including directing the implementation of such policy as it relates to every aspect of government, except those matters for which the Governor has special responsibility under section 60 of Constitution. Decisions are made in Cabinet by collective agreement of the elected Members as Ministers. The Cabinet is collectively responsible to the House of Assembly for such policies and their implementation.

The Cabinet is supported by a Cabinet Secretary, who summons meetings of Cabinet. The agenda of Cabinet is set by the Cabinet Steering Committee, which consists of the Cabinet Secretary, the Governor and the Premier. Each of the Governor and the Premier have authority to add matters to the Cabinet agenda.
  Photo Cabinet of the Andrew A. FAHIE Administration
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The Cabinet is  is comprised of the Governor who is the Chairman; the Premier, the four Ministers and the Attorney General, as an ex officio member.  T
Composition by Role
Ministers 5
Junior Ministers 2
Ministers by Gender
Men 5
Women 0
1 March 2019
The Cabinet of Premier Andrew Fahie was sworn in on 1 March 2019, following the victory of the Virgin Islands Party (VIP) in the 25 February 2019 General Election.
As of 1 March 2019
Members of Cabinet following the swearing in ceremony on 1 March 2019.
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Chairman Governor Mr. Augustus JASPERT
Premier and Minister of Finance The Hon. Andrew A. FAHIE

Deputy Premier and for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries, and Agriculture
(Deputy Premier as of 6 March 2019)

Dr. the Hon Natalio WHEATLEY
Minister for Transportation, Works and Utilities Hon Kye RYMER
Minister for Natural Resources, Labour & Immigration Hon Vincent WHEATLEY
Minister for Natural Resources, Labour & Immigration Hon Carvin MALONE
Attorney General Hon. Baba AZIZ
Junior Minister for Trade and Economic Development Hon Sharie deCASTRO
Junior Minister for Tourism Hon Shereen FLAX-CHARLES
Cabinet Secretary Ms. Sandra WARD
source: http://www.legco.gov.vg
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