Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda


The Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda is the head of government of that country.

Prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda
Coat of arms of Antigua and Barbuda
Incumbent
Gaston Browne

since 13 June 2014
StyleThe Right Honourable
Reports toGovernor-General
Term lengthFive years
Formation1 November 1981
First holderVere Bird
Salary150,000 XCD annually[1]
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Antigua and Barbuda

The current prime minister is Gaston Browne, since 13 June 2014.[2]

Chief minister of Antigua (1960–67)


Elizabeth II (1960–67)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political party Election
Took office Left office Time in office
1
Vere Bird
(1910–1999)
1 January 196027 February 19677 years, 57 daysABLP1960
1965

Premiers of Antigua (1967–81)


Elizabeth II (1967–81)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political party Election
Took office Left office Time in office
1
Vere Bird
(1910–1999)
27 February 196714 February 19713 years, 352 daysABLP
2
George Walter
(1928–2008)
14 February 19711 February 19764 years, 352 daysPLM1971
(1)
Vere Bird
(1910–1999)
1 February 19761 November 19815 years, 273 daysABLP1976
1980

Prime ministers of Antigua and Barbuda (1981–present)


Elizabeth II (1981–present)

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political party Election
Took office Left office Time in office
1
Vere Bird
(1910–1999)
1 November 19819 March 199412 years, 128 daysABLP1984
1989
2
Lester Bird
(born 1938)
9 March 199424 August 200410 years, 168 daysABLP1994
1999
3
Baldwin Spencer
(born 1948)
24 August 200413 June 20149 years, 293 daysUPP2004
2009
4
Gaston Browne
(born 1967)
13 June 2014Incumbent6 years, 25 daysABLP2014
2018

References


  1. Laws of Antigua and Barbuda. "The Ministers and Parliamentarians Salaries Act" (PDF). laws.gov.ag.
  2. Jacqueline Charles, "Browne becomes new prime minister of Antigua, youngest ever", The Miami Herald, 13 June 2014.

See also