PM shuffles her Cabinet; Jacks are wild

Minister of National Security: Jack Warner, M.P

Minister in the Ministry of National Security: Collin Partap, M.P

Minister of Legal Affairs: Prakash Ramadhar, M.P

Attorney General: Senator Anand Ramlogan

Minister of the People and Social Development: Dr. Glenn Ramadharsingh, M.P

Minister in the Ministry of the People and Social Development: Vernella Alleyne-Toppin, M.P

Minister of Education: Dr. Tim Gopeesingh, M.P

Minister of Housing: Dr. Roodal Moonilal, M.P

Minister of Gender, Youth and Child Development: Marlene Coudray

Minister of Justice: Herbert Volney, M.P

Minister of Public Administration: Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan, M.P

Minister of Energy: Senator Kevin Ramnarine

Minister of Labour & Small & Micro Enterprise Development: Errol McLeod,M.P

Minister of Transport: Chandresh Sharma, M.P

Minister of Sport: Anil Roberts, M.P

Minister of Planning: Sen. Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie

Minister of Public Utilities: Nizam Baksh, M.P

Minister of Tobago Development: Dr. Delmon Baker, M.P

Minister of Local Government: Dr.Surujrattan Rambachan, M.P

Minister in the Ministry of Local Government: Rudranath Indarsingh, M.P

Minister of Works and Infrastructure: Senator Emmanuel George

Minister in the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure: Stacy Roopnarine, M.P

Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism: Dr. Lincoln Douglas, M.P

Minister of Health: Dr. Fuad Khan M.P

Minister of State in the Office of the Prime Minister: Rodger Samuel, M.P

Minister of Tertiary Education: Senator Fazal Karim

Minister of Tourism: Stephen Cadiz, M.P

Minister of Community Development: Winston Peters, M.P

Minister of Food Production: Senator Devant Maharaj

Minister of State in the Ministry of Food Production: Jairam Seemungal, MP

Minister of Science & Technology: Dr. Rupert Griffith

Minister of Foreign Affairs: Winston Dookeran, M.P

Minister of Trade, Industry & Investment: Senator Vasant Bharath

Minister of the Environment & Water Resources: Ganga Singh

Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment & Water Resources: Ramona Ramdial, M.P

Minister of National Diversity & Social Integration: Clifton De Coteau

Minster in the Ministry of National Diversity & Social Integration: Senator Embau Moheni

Minister of Communication: Jamal Mohammed

Minister of Finance & The Economy (with responsibility for Caribbean Airlines): Larry Howai

Deputy Speaker: Nela Khan, M.P

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