Kenneth Lee O'Neil Baugh (24 February 1941 – 1 September 2019) was a Jamaican politician, who was an Opposition Leader, Foreign minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Jamaica. He served in the Parliament of Jamaica, was a general secretary and chairman of the Jamaica Labour Party. He also served as Minister of Health. After his party lost the 2011 general election he served as Member of Parliament and opposition spokesman on health and quality of life.
|Leader of the Opposition|
21 January 2005 – 21 April 2005
|Prime Minister||P.J. Patterson|
|Preceded by||Edward Seaga|
|Succeeded by||Bruce Golding|
Kenneth Lee O'Neil Baugh
24 February 1941
Montego Bay, Jamaica
|Died||1 September 2019(aged 78)|
|Political party||Jamaica Labour Party|
- "Former JLP MP Dr Ken Baugh has died". jamaica-gleaner.com. 1 September 2019.
- "Dionne Rose, "Baugh takes over - Will remain Opposition leader until Golding gets a seat", Jamaica Gleaner, 21 January 2005".
- "Desmond Allen, "Election 2011: The big losers, the returnees, the veteran survivors...", Jamaica Observer, 1 January 2012".
- "Former Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Ken Baugh, is dead". Loop Jamaica. 1 September 2019.
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