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First Marlin-Romeo cabinet

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First Marlin-Romeo cabinet

7th Cabinet of Sint Maarten
Date formed15 January 2018
Date dissolved25 June 2018[1]
People and organisations
Head of stateWillem-Alexander
Head of governmentLeona Marlin-Romeo
Member partiesUnited Democrats (UD)[2]
History
Election(s)N/A
Outgoing election2018 election
PredecessorMarlin II
SuccessorMarlin-Romeo II

The First Marlin-Romeo cabinet was the seventh cabinet of Sint Maarten. It was part of the executive branch of the Sint Maarten Government and was formed by a coalition government of the political parties United People's Party, the Democratic Party, and independent member of parliament Chanel Brownbill.

The cabinet was formed following the collapse of the Second Marlin cabinet in November 2017, when the Democratic Party and then United St. Maarten Party member of parliament Chanel Brownbill pulled their support from the National Alliance led government.[3]

Composition

The cabinet was composed as follows:[4]

Main office-holders
Office Name Party Since
Prime Minister Leona Marlin-Romeo UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Housing, Physical Planning, and Environment Miklos Gitterson UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Finance Michael Ferrier UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Justice Cornelius de Weever UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunications Cornelius de Weever, [Interim] UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Healthcare, Social Development, and Labor Emil Lee UD 15 January 2018
Minister of Education, Culture, Youth, and Sports Jorien Wuite UD 15 January 2018
Minister Plenipotentiary of Sint Maarten
Deputy Minister Plenipotentiary of Sint Maarten Hasani Ellis UD 15 January 2018

References

  1. ^ "New cabinet to be sworn-in Monday". The Daily Herald. 23 June 2018.
  2. ^ "UP and DP merge as 'United Democrats'". The Daily Herald. 5 January 2018.
  3. ^ "MPs pass no confidence motion in six ministers". The Daily Herald. 2 November 2017.
  4. ^ "New Interim Council of Ministers sworn-in headed by Prime Minister Leona Marlin-Romeo". Soualiga Newsday. 15 January 2018.
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