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Cabinet is selected mainly from the List of Candidates submitted to the electorate, any President is limited to choosing only four persons outside of this list for inclusion in his Cabinet. The Constitution provides for four technocrat Ministers.
Members of the Cabinet of the Ninth Parliament
As of 8 September 2006
Post Member
Prime Minister and Minister of Public Works and Communications Samuel Archibald Anthony HINDS
Head, Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger LUNCHEON
Attorney General & Minister of Legal Affairs (Non-elected Minister) Doodnauth SINGH, SC
Minister of Foreign Affairs (Non-elected Minister) Dr S. Rudy INSANALLY, OR, CCH
Minister of Finance (Non-elected Minister) Dr Ashni Kumar SINGH
Minister in the Ministry of Finance Jennifer I. WEBSTER
Minister of Transport & Hydraulics Robeson H.R. BENN
Minister of Education Shaik K.Z. BAKSH
Minister in the Ministry of Education Dr Desrey FOX
Minister of Agriculture Robert MONTGOMERY PERSAUD
Minister of Human Services & Social Security Priya D. MANICHAND
Minister of Health Dr Leslie S.RAMSAMMY
Minister in the Ministry of Health Dr Bheri S. RAMSARAN, MD
Minister of Tourism, Industry & Commerce Manniram PRASHAD
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Dr Frank C.S. ANTHONY
Minister of Amerindian Affairs Carolyn RODRIGUES
Minister of Labour Manzoor NADIR
Minister of Home Affairs Clement J. ROHEE
Minister of Housing and Water Harrinarine NAWBATT

Minister of Foreign Trade & International Co-operation

Dr Henry B. JEFFREY
Minister of Public Service Dr Jennifer R.A. WESTFORD
Minister of Local Government and Regional Development KELLAWAN LALL
source: http://www.parliament.gov.gy
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