Opposition Leader Cole Simons today announced a partial reshuffle of his Shadow Cabinet Ministers, which went into effect as of Monday, November 1st.

In a statement released at 4pm this afternoon, the party’s leader said: “In order to optimize the skills of my Shadow Cabinet Ministers, I have made a partial reshuffle.

“Ms Susan Jackson, JP, MP, a seasoned and dedicated member, recently retired from her banking career. She was asked and accepted a new position as Shadow Minister of Transportation. She will also continue with her responsibility as the spokesperson for Education, in the House of Assembly.

“Other changes include the transference of the Ministry of Home Affairs, including the environment to the Shadow Minister of Legal Affairs, Scott Pearman, JP, MP and the Shadow Ministry of Economic Development, which has been appointed to Senator Marcus Jones, JP.

Mr Simons concluded:  “We take the view that these new appointments will further strengthen the current Shadow Cabinet and will enable the new appointees to maximize their skills and expertise and become more effective in serving the needs of Bermuda.”

One Bermuda Alliance Shadow Cabinet

Mr. N.H. Cole Simons, JP, MP8- Smith’s SouthOpposition Leader, Shadow of Finance
Mr. Jarion C. Richardson, MP23- Paget WestOpposition Whip, Shadow Minister of Cabinet
Mr. R. Scott Pearman, MP22- Paget EastShadow Minister of Legal Affairs, Labour, Home Affairs
Hon. Michael H. Dunkley, JP, MP10- Smith’s NorthShadow Minister of National Security & Health, Seniors
Hon. L. Craig Cannonier, JP, MP12- Devonshire South CentralShadow Minister of Works & Engineering and Tourism
Ms. Susan Jackson, JP, MP20-Pembroke South WestShadow Minister of Transportation, Spokesperson for Education in the House
Senator Ben Smith31 [candidate]Shadow Minister of Education, Opposition Spokesperson in the Senate for Youth, Sports and Community Affairs
Senator Robin Tucker7 [candidate]Spokesperson in the Senate for the Ministries of Labor, Home Affairs, Health, Social Development and Seniors.
Senator Marcus Jones19 [candidate]Shadow Minister Economic Development, Spokesperson in the Senate for Tourism, Transportation, and Works and Engineering and Legal Affairs