Cabinet Reshuffle..

Prime Minister Hon. Tillman Thomas has made a change to his cabinet following the one year anniversary of the new NDC Government which swept the polls on July 8th 2008.

Many Grenadians were calling for a cabinet reshuffle, with recent calls for the change of Health Minister.

Here is a list of the new portfolios.

Hon. Tillman Thomas – Minister of National Security, Legal Affairs, Public Administration, Information, Information Technology and Culture.

Senator Arley Gill – Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office: Information, Information Technology and Culture.

Hon. Nazim Burke – Minister of Finance, Planning, Economy, Energy and Cooperatives.

Hon. Peter David – Minister of Foreign Affairs

Hon. Patrick Simmons – Minister of Youth Empowerment & Sports.

Hon. Michael Church – Minister of the Environment, Foreign Trade and Export Development.

Hon. Alleyne Walker -Minister of Housing, Lands and Community Development.

Senator Glen Noel – Minister of State, Ministry of Housing, Lands and Community Development.

Hon. Joseph Gilbert – Minister of Works, Physical Development and Public Utilities

Hon. Karl Hood – Minister of Labour, Social Security and Ecclesiastical Affairs.

Hon. Sylvester Quarless – Minister of Social Development.

Hon. Glynis Roberts – Minister of Tourism.

Hon. Michael Lett – Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

Senator George Prime – Minister of Carriacou & Petit Martinique Affairs.

Senator Franka Alexis-Bernardine – Minister of Education, Human Resource Development

Senator Ann Peters – Minister of Health.

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