First De Jongh-Elhage cabinet

The first De Jongh-Elhage cabinet was the 26th cabinet of the Netherlands Antilles.

First De Jongh-Elhage cabinet
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26th Cabinet of Netherlands Antilles
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Date formed26 March 2006
Date dissolved26 March 2010[1]
People and organisations
Head of stateBeatrix of the Netherlands
Head of governmentEmily de Jongh-Elhage
History
Outgoing election2010 election
PredecessorYs II
SuccessorDe Jongh-Elhage II

CompositionEdit

The cabinet was composed as follows:[2][3]

Main office-holders
Office Name Party Since
Minister of General Affairs and Foreign Affairs Emily de Jongh-Elhage PAR 26 March 2006
Minister of the Interior and Constitutional Affairs Roland Duncan NA 26 March 2006
Minister of Education, Youth, Culture, and Sports Omayra Leeflang PAR 26 March 2006
Minister of Finance Ersilia de Lannooy PNP 26 March 2006
Minister of Justice David Dick PAR 26 March 2006
Magali Jacoba PAR 14 August 2009[4][5][6]
Minister of Public Health and Social Development Sandra E. Smith MAN 26 March 2006
Ersilia de Lannooy PNP 6 December 2006[7]
Omayra Leeflang PAR 4 June 2007[8]
Minister of Traffic and Communications Kenneth A. Gijsbertha MAN 26 March 2006
Omayra Leeflang PAR 6 December 2006[7]
Maurice Adriaens FOL 2007[8]
Minister of Labor and Economic Affairs Burney Elhage UPB 26 March 2006
Elvis Tjin Asjoe UPB 13 July 2007[9][10][11]
Hubert Martis UPB 19 March 2009[12]
State Secretary of Justice Ernie Simmons DP-ste 26 March 2006
State Secretary of Finance Alex Rosaria PNP 26 March 2006
State Secretary of the Solidarity Fund Shamara Nicholson-Linzey WIPM 26 March 2006
State Secretary of Traffic and Communications
  • Meteorological Service and Aviation
Julio G. Constancia FOL 10 July 2009
State Secretary of the Interior and Constitutional Affairs Hubert Martis UPB 26 March 2006
Noris Gomes UPB 19 March 2009[13]
State Secretary of Public Health Rodolphe Samuel NA 26 March 2006
Joan Smart-Berkle[14] NA 2007
George Pantophlet NA 7 January 2009[15]
Patrick Illidge NA 10 July 2009[16]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New Parliament, Cabinet installed". The Daily Herald. 26 March 2010.
  2. ^ "Netherlands Antilles (09/06)". United States Department of State. Archived from the original on 2017-01-13.
  3. ^ "MAN Ministers have resigned" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 5 December 2006. p. 4.
  4. ^ "Dick to replace Rhuggenaath, Jacoba new Minister of Justice" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 4 August 2009. p. 1, 7.
  5. ^ "Former Curaçao Acting Lt. Governor Magali Jacoba took the oath of offi ce as the new Antillean Justice Minister in Willemstad" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 17 August 2009. p. 11.
  6. ^ "Police return to work today" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 26 August 2009. p. 1.
  7. ^ a b "Government redistributes health, transport portfolios" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 8 December 2006. p. 10.
  8. ^ a b "FOL party admitted to Central Govt coalition" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 6 June 2007. p. 7.
  9. ^ "New Minister swears in today" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 13 July 2007. p. 5.
  10. ^ "The new Minister of Economic Affairs Elvis A Tjsoe (UPB) took the oath of office before acting Governor Adele van der Pluijm-Vrede" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 17 July 2016. p. 7.
  11. ^ "Tjin A Sjoe replaces Burney Elhage" (PDF). The Bonaire Reporter. 20 July 2007. p. 8.
  12. ^ "Royal decoration for Mr. H.E. (Ibi) Martis". Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  13. ^ "Flotsam and jetsam" (PDF). The Bonaire Reporter. 10 April 2009. p. 8.
  14. ^ "Smart-Berkel's resignation accepted effective immediately" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 26 September 2008. p. 1, 8.
  15. ^ "Patrick Illidge ready to serve" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 8 January 2009. p. 1.
  16. ^ "Illidge sworn in as state secretary" (PDF). The Daily Herald. 11 July 2009. p. 5.