Manning Administration (2001–2010)

Manning Administration (2001–2010)
Patrick Manning
Patrick Manning (PNM),
Prime Minister

Contents

The Cabinet

Inaugural Cabinet: 26 December 2001 – 9 October 2002

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General Glenda Morean
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of Local Government Jarrette Narine
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Franklin Khan
Minister of Health Colm Imbert
Minister of Culture and Tourism Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Housing Danny Montano
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric A. Williams
Minister of Social Development Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Camille Robinson-Regis
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Dr. Keith Rowley

28 December 2001 – 9 October 2002

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Hedwige Bereaux

7 January 2002 – 9 October 2002

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Minister of National Security Howard Chin Lee

8 February 2002 – 9 October 2002

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Minister of Labour and Small and Micro-Enterprise Development Lawrence Achong

5 April 2002 – 9 October 2002

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources John Rahael
Minister of Community Development and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Martin Joseph
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith

Second Inaugural Cabinet: 15 October 2002 – 9 November 2003

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General Glenda Morean-Phillip
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security and Rehabilitation Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Jarrette Narine
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Franklin Khan
Minister of Health Colm Imbert
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources John Rahael
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Culture and Tourism Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Community Development and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Martin Joseph
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric A. Williams
Minister of Labour Lawrence Achong
Minister of Social Development Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Rennie Dumas
Minister of Legal Affairs Camille Robinson-Regis
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Danny Montano
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Dr. Keith Rowley

First reshuffle: 10 November 2003 – 21 March 2004

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General John Jeremie
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Rennie Dumas
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Franklin Khan
Minister of Health John Rahael
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources Jarrette Narine
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Tourism Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Community Development and Culture Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric A. Williams
Minister of Labour Lawrence Achong
Minister of Social Development and Gender Affairs Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Danny Montano
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Colm Imbert
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis

Second reshuffle: 22 March 2004 – 13 May 2005

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General John Jeremie
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Rennie Dumas
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Franklin Khan
Minister of Health John Rahael
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources Jarrette Narine
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Tourism Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric A. Williams
Minister of Labour Anthony Roberts
Minister of Social Development Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Danny Montano
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Colm Imbert
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis

Third reshuffle: 14 May 2005 – 15 January 2006

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General John Jeremie
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Rennie Dumas
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Colm Imbert
Minister of Health John Rahael
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources Jarrette Narine
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Tourism Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Eric A. Williams
Minister of Labour Danny Montano
Minister of Social Development Anthony Roberts
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Christine Kangaloo
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis

Fourth reshuffle: 16 January 2006 – 28 September 2006

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General John Jeremie
Minister of Foreign Affairs Knowlson Gift
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Rennie Dumas
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Colm Imbert
Minister of Health John Rahael
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources Jarrette Narine
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Tourism Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Labour Danny Montano
Minister of Social Development Anthony Roberts
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Christine Kangaloo
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis

Fifth reshuffle: 29 September 2006 – 7 November 2007

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General John Jeremie
Minister of Foreign Affairs Arnold Piggott
Minister of Finance Patrick Manning
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Kenneth Valley
Minister of Local Government Rennie Dumas
Minister of Education Hazel Manning
Minister of Works and Transport Colm Imbert
Minister of Health John Rahael
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources Jarrette Narine
Minister of Public Administration and Information Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Tourism Howard Chin Lee
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Joan Yuille-Williams
Minister of Housing Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Labour Danny Montano
Minister of Social Development Anthony Roberts
Minister of Public Utilities and the Environment Pennelope Beckles
Minister of Legal Affairs Christine Kangaloo
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Roger Boynes
Minister of Planning and Development Camille Robinson-Regis

Third Inaugural Cabinet: 8 November 2007 – 22nd April 2008

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General Bridgid Annisette-George
Minister of Foreign Affairs Paula Gopee-Scoon
Minister of Finance Karen Nunez-Tesheira
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Dr. Keith Rowley
Minister of Local Government Hazel Manning
Minister of Education Esther Le Gendre
Minister of Works and Transport Colm Imbert
Minister of Health Jerry Narace
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Affairs Arnold Piggott
Minister of Public Administration Kennedy Swaratsingh
Minister of Tourism Joseph Ross
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Marlene McDonald
Minister of Planning, Housing and the Environment Dr. Emily Gaynor Dick-Forde
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Conrad Enill
Minister of Labour Rennie Dumas
Minister of Social Development Dr. Amery Browne
Minister of Public Utilities Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Legal Affairs Peter Taylor
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Christine Kangaloo
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Gary Hunt
Minister of Information Neil Parsanlal

Sixth reshuffle: 23 April 2008 – 25 May 2010

Cabinet of Trinidad and Tobago
Portfolio Minister
Attorney-General Bridgid Annisette-George
Minister of Foreign Affairs Paula Gopee-Scoon
Minister of Finance Karen Nunez-Tesheira
Minister of National Security Martin Joseph
Minister of Trade and Industry Dr. Lenny Saith
Minister of Local Government Hazel Manning
Minister of Education Esther Le Gendre
Minister of Works and Transport Colm Imbert
Minister of Health Jerry Narace
Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Affairs Arnold Piggott
Minister of Public Administration Kennedy Swaratsingh
Minister of Tourism Joseph Ross
Minister of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Marlene McDonald
Minister of Planning, Housing and the Environment Dr. Emily Gaynor Dick-Forde
Minister of Energy and Energy Industries Conrad Enill
Minister of Labour Rennie Dumas
Minister of Social Development Dr. Amery Browne
Minister of Public Utilities Mustapha Abdul-Hamid
Minister of Legal Affairs Peter Taylor
Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Christine Kangaloo
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Gary Hunt
Minister of Information Neil Parsanlal
Government offices
Preceded by
UNC Administration
Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
2001–2010
Succeeded by
People's Partnership Administration

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