Deputy Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda

Deputy Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda
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Incumbent
Robin Yearwood[1]

since 18 June 2014
StyleThe Honourable
Member ofCabinet
Reports toPrime Minister
AppointerPrime Minister
Term lengthFive years
PrecursorDeputy Premier
Formation11 February 1971 (as Deputy Premier)[2]
First holderSir Robert Hall[3]

The deputy prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda is the deputy head of government of that country.

The current deputy prime minister is Robin Yearwood, who has had that office since 18 June 2014.

Deputy Premier

Number Name Political Party Constituency Premier Date Source
1 Robert Hall Progressive Labour Movement St. Mary's North George Walter 1971, 1976 [4]

Deputy Prime Minister

Number Name Political Party Constituency Prime Minister Date Source
1 Lester Bird Antigua Labour Party SJRE Vere Bird November 1982 [5]
2 Robin Yearwood Antigua Labour Party St. Phillip North Lester Bird 26 January 2001 [6]
3 Willmoth Daniel United Progressive Party St. Philip South Baldwin Spencer 26 March 2004 [7]
4 Lester Bird Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party SJRE Gaston Browne 18 June 2014 [8]
5 Robin Yearwood Antigua and Barbuda Labour Party St. Phillip North Gaston Browne 22 March 2018 [9]

References

  1. ^ "Caribbean Elections Biography | Robin Kensworth Yearwood". www.caribbeanelections.com.
  2. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Past Cabinets of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com.
  3. ^ "Caribbean Elections Biography | George Pigott". www.caribbeanelections.com.
  4. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Past Cabinets of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.
  5. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Past Cabinets of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.
  6. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Past Cabinets of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.
  7. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Past Cabinets of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.
  8. ^ "Caribbean Elections | Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.
  9. ^ "Caribbean Elections Biography | Robin Kensworth Yearwood". www.caribbeanelections.com. Retrieved 2022-08-12.