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Parliamentary Secretaries take Oath of Office – photos

Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes swore in three Parliamentary Secretaries during an Appointment Ceremony at Government House May 14, 2012. See pictures of the event here. 

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Thursday, May 17, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 2012

Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes swore in three Parliamentary Secretaries during an Appointment Ceremony at Government House May 14, 2012.

Anthony Moss, Member of Parliament-Elect, Exuma took the Oath of Office as Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Marine Resources and Local Government; Renward Wells, MP-Elect, Bamboo Town took the Oath as Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Works and Urban Development; and Cleola Hamilton, MP-Elect, South Beach as Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration.

Prime Minister Perry Christie was present at the event.

Christie told the Parliamentarians that they had been placed in their positions to help the Ministers in implementing the work that has been assigned to them and to also make the Ministers’ work easier.

He also noted that the swearing in of the Parliamentary Secretary marks the completion of the appointment of the Bahamas government’s executive team.

“We will now turn our attention to the Senatorial appointments and other appointments that fall within the purview of the Prime Minister, all with a view to completing this process, so that the entire country could be invited to focus on the way forward insofar as the implementation of the policies, strategies and initiatives,” Prime Minister Christie said.

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From left: Anthony Moss, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Marine Resources and Local Government; Prime Minster Perry Christie; Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes; Renward Wells, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development; and Cleola Hamilton, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration.clearclearclear

Anthony Moss sworn in

Anthony Moss sworn in as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Marine Resources and Local Government during an appointment Ceremony of Parliamentary Secretaries at Government House May 14.

Renward Wells sworn in as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development during an appointment Ceremony of Parliamentary Secretaries at Government House May 14.

Renward Wells sworn in as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Urban Development during an appointment Ceremony of Parliamentary Secretaries at Government House May 14.

Cleola Hamilton sworn in as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration during an appointment Ceremony of Parliamentary Secretaries at Government House May 14

Cleola Hamilton sworn in as Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration during an appointment Ceremony of Parliamentary Secretaries at Government House May 14.clear

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