Changes To The Alignment Of Some Ministries

April 5, 2022 | 1 Comment

There will be changes to the alignment of some Ministries, with the eCommerce portfolio, Information & Digital Technologies, liquor license and Consumer Affairs being reallocated.

Speaking at this afternoon’s press conference, Premier David Burt said, “In addition to Ministers Campbell and Weeks joining the Cabinet, I would also like to announce the following changes to the alignment of Ministries:

  • The eCommerce portfolio will move from being under the remit of the Premier to the Minister of Economy and Labour [Jason Hayward]
  • The Information & Digital Technologies portfolio and Department of the same name will be moved from under the remit of the Premier to the Minister for the Cabinet Office [Wayne Furbert]
  • The liquor license portfolio will move from the Attorney General [Kathy Lynn Simmons] to the Minister of National Security [Michael Weeks]
  • And finally, the Consumer Affairs portfolio will move from the Minister of Home Affairs [Walter Roban] to the Attorney General [Kathy Lynn Simmons]

This follows after the announcement that Michael Weeks will serve as the new Minister of National Security and Vance Campbell will be the Minister of Tourism.

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  1. Mark says:

    Someone should do a poll… who gives a F about these politicians? I mean really. They are all absolute nonsense. Not one has any relevance to anything. We all know the only reason any of these people stay in politics is because they cant get a job elsewhere. Stop
    Writing about them.

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