Six ministers and five ministers of state were sworn in today by the Governor-General as part of the new Cabinet of The Bahamas led by Prime Minister Hon. Philip Davis. The new ministries announced are comprised of Social Services and Urban Development; Labour and Immigration; Environment and Natural Resources; Transport and Housing; and Grand Bahama.
REMARKS: Prime Minister The Rt Hon Philip Davis, QC, Prime Minister On The Occasion Of The Swearing-In Of Nine Members Of The Cabinet Of The Commonwealth Of The Bahamas – September 22nd, 2021
REMARKS BY THE RT HON PHILIP DAVIS, QC, PRIME MINISTER ON THE OCCASION OF THE SWEARING-IN OF NINE MEMBERS OF Your Excellency, the Governor-General and Mrs. Smith, First Lady, my wife Ann-Marie, Deputy Prime Minister I Chester Cooper & Mrs. Cooper, Cabinet Colleagues Honourable and Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen: Good afternoon. First of all,
Prime Minister the Hon. Philip Davis today introduced the first set of new Cabinet ministers with portfolios covering the Attorney General, Foreign Affairs, Education, Works and Public Utilities, Health and Wellness, Government Affairs, Agriculture, National Security and Legal Affairs. The nine ministers were sworn-in on Monday 20 September 2021 by Governor-General the Most Hon. Sir
REMARKS: Prime Minister Davis on the occasion of the Swearing-In of Nine Members of The Cabinet of The Commonwealth Of The Bahamas – September 20th, 2021
Your Excellency, the Governor-General and Mrs. Smith, First Lady, my wife Ann-Marie, Deputy Prime Minister I Chester Cooper & Mrs. Cooper, Honourable and Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen: Good afternoon. Throughout my tenure both inside and outside of government, I have highlighted my belief that producing real and enduring progress for our country relies on
REMARKS: Prime Minister The Hon. Philip Davis, M.P., QC, His Ceremonial Swearing-In As Prime Minister Of The Commonwealth Of The Bahamas – September 19, 2021
Your Excellency, the Governor-General; First Lady, Ann Marie Davis, Deputy Prime Minister Elect, I. Chester Cooper and Mrs. Cooper, Honourable and Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen. I wish to thank the Bahamian people who turned out and voted resoundingly for change. As I said on Thursday night, you voted with brave hearts, and you voted