Salaries For Ministers & Members Of Parliament

March 22, 2019 | 17 Comments

A Resolution is scheduled to be moved in the House of Assembly today pertaining to the salaries for Ministers and Members of Parliament.

The proposed salaries are the same as the existing salaries with MPs earning $56,023, with additional payments if they hold other positions, such as $151,262 for Premier, $147,022 for Attorney General, $112,942 for Deputy Premier, $100,841 for other Ministers, $30,367 for Opposition Leader and $26,569 for Speaker of the House.

The Order of Business for today said, “Resolution to be moved by Premier David Burt notice of which was given on March 18, 2019, “I hereby do give notice that I propose to move the following Resolution: ‘Be It Resolved that previous Resolutions of this House made pursuant to section 2 of the Ministers and Members of the Legislature [Salaries and Pensions] Act 1975 be revoked; And Be It Further Resolved that pursuant to section 2 of the Ministers and Members of the Legislature [Salaries and Pensions] Act 1975 the annual salaries payable to Members of the Legislature listed in Part A and Officers of the Legislature listed in Part B of the table below shall be as set out in column 3 of the table with effect from 1 April 2019 to 30 June 2019.”

Chart extracted from the Parliamentary Order of Business

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  1. Politricks says:

    Why do we need 36 MPs for an island of just 60,000?

    - Barbados has 30 MPs and has almost 290,000 citizens.

    - Jamaica has 63 MPs and almost 3mn citizens.

    - Cayman has 19 MPs and almost the same amount of citizens as Bermuda

    - Bahamas has 39 MPs and almost 400k citizens

    - St. Lucia has 18 MPs and almost 180k citizens

    You want to save some money then slash the number of MPs to 2 a parish.

  2. sage says:

    What a waste of time and paper, still calling for 50% cut in politrickster wages.

  3. trump supporter says:

    And the schools are in sheet shape, when we where told they are perfect.
    A shamble of a bus service.
    a lot of dead weight in the cabinet just collecting a wage.

    Well done voters, wont be long.

    • Kathy says:

      Hey, what did the OBA do for public education???

      • LaV says:

        Obviously not enough…just so you know, the OBA aren’t the government.

        • Trump supporter says:

          It’s a shame they keep thinking they are still in opposition, proven they don’t know how to govern.

        • Joe Bloggs says:

          No, but the OBA did form the Government for 5 of the last 20 years. Clearly the feeling is that the OBA did not do enough to fix Bermuda between 2012 and 2017

  4. kevin says:

    The real problem is add this all up and you will see a very large amount of money we are paying for sub standard work and if they were your employees they would get a fail mark on their appraisals and many would be let go
    The government is over sized from the top to the bottom
    We need reform and and it must start at the top

  5. The oba is sooo notorious.
    Their earnings as government were not posted.
    Get over it, OBA, and suck it up….LOSERS

    • Toodle-oo says:

      It warms my heart to think that your intense hatred of anything non PLP is so strong that you probably have serious trouble sleeping at night trying to think of how you’re going to come up with yet another lie filled twisted mis-truth of a post here at your next and earliest opportunity .

  6. Those Who Can Do says:

    Two MP’s per Parish and call it a day. Most members are voted in with something like 600 votes. Ridiculous.

  7. Me says:

    The spend spend spend plp at their best work now paying themselves while the rest of us get our rear ends taxed

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