Golding names shadow cabinet

Golding names shadow cabinet

Thursday, December 03, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — People's National Party President and Leader of the Opposition Mark Golding has revealed his picks for the shadow cabinet.

See full list below:

1.

Leader of the Opposition; Defence

Mark Golding, MP

2.

Finance, Planning and the Public Service

Julian Robinson, MP

Senator Lambert Brown (Public Service)

3.

Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade

Lisa Hanna, MP

4.

Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate; National Security

Senator Peter Bunting

5.

Leader of Opposition Business in the House; Industry, Investment and Global Logistics

Anthony Hylton, MP

6.

Deputy Leader of Opposition Business in the House; Education and Training

Angela Brown Burke, MP

7.

Deputy Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate; Justice and Gender Affairs

Senator Donna Scott-Mottley

8.

Tourism

Senator Janice Allen

9.

Health and Wellness

Dr. Morais Guy, MP

10.

Culture and Entertainment

Senator Damion Crawford

11.

Housing, Transport and Works

Mikael Phillips, MP

12.

Water and Agriculture

Lothan Cousins, MP

13.

Local Government and Community Development

Denise Daley, MP

14.

Land, Environment and Climate Change

Senator Sophia Fraser Binns

15.

Commerce, Science and Technology

Mr. Hugh Graham, MP

16.

Mining and Energy

Mr. Phillip Paulwell, MP

17.

Labour, Social Security and Special Abilities

Senator Dr Floyd Morris

18.

Youth and Sports

Senator Gabriela Morris


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