Belmopan. November 13, 2020. 6:00 p.m.
The Prime Minister Hon. John Briceño will advise his Excellency the Governor General Sir Colville Young to make the following appointments of Ministers of Government pursuant to section 40 of the Constitution, and the following Ministers of State pursuant to section 45 of the Constitution. The Prime Minister will also advise the Governor General to appoint the Attorney General pursuant to section 40 (2) of the Constitution.
|Minister & Portfolio||Minister of State|
|1||John Briceño – Prime Minister, Finance, Economic Development & Investment||Mike Espat|
|2||Cordel Hyde – Deputy Prime Minister, Natural Resources, Petroleum & Mining||Ramiro Ramirez|
|3||Abelardo Mai – Agriculture, Food Security, & Enterprise|
|4||Rodwell Ferguson – Public Utilities & Logistics|
|5||Julius Espat – Infrastructure Development & Housing|
|6||Francis Fonseca – Education, Culture, Science & Technology||Louis Zabaneh|
|7||Florencio Marin – National Defence & Border Security||Oscar Mira|
|8||Oscar Requeña – Rural Transformation, Community Development, Labour & Local Government|
|9||Dolores Balderamos Garcia – Human Development, Families & Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs||Gilroy Usher|
|10||Kareem Musa – Home Affairs & New Growth Industries|
|11||Orlando Habet – Sustainable Development, Climate Change & Disaster Risk Management|
|12||Kevin Bernard – Youth, Sports & E-Governance|
|13||Michel Chebat – Health & Wellness|
|14||Anthony Mahler – Tourism & Diaspora Relations|
|15||Andre Perez – The Blue Economy & Civil Aviation|
|16||Henry Charles Usher – Public Service, Constitutional & Political Reform|
|17||Eamon Courtenay – Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade & Immigration||Ramon Cervantes|
|18||Magali Marin Young SC – Attorney General|
Ambassador Stuart Leslie will serve as Cabinet Secretary and Chief of Staff.
Chief Executive Officers will be announced at a later date.