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List of Prime Ministers of Barbados

 

List of Prime Ministers of Barbados


This is a list of Prime Ministers of Barbados.

Contents

  • Premiers of Barbados (1953–1966) 1
  • Prime Ministers of Barbados (1966–present) 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Premiers of Barbados (1953–1966)

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Grantley Herbert Adams 1 February 1953 17 April 1958   Barbados Labour Party
2 Hugh Gordon Cummins 17 April 1958 8 December 1961   Barbados Labour Party
3 Errol Barrow 8 December 1961 30 November 1966   Democratic Labour Party

Prime Ministers of Barbados (1966–present)

# Incumbent Portrait Tenure Political affiliation
Took office Left office
1 Errol Barrow 30 November 1966 8 September 1976   Democratic Labour Party
2 John "Tom" Adams* 8 September 1976 11 March 1985   Barbados Labour Party
3 Bernard St. John 11 March 1985 29 May 1986   Barbados Labour Party
(1) Errol Barrow* 29 May 1986 1 June 1987   Democratic Labour Party
4 Erskine Sandiford 1 June 1987 7 September 1994   Democratic Labour Party
5 Owen Arthur 7 September 1994 16 January 2008   Barbados Labour Party
6 David Thompson* 16 January 2008 23 October 2010   Democratic Labour Party
7 Freundel Stuart 23 October 2010 Incumbent   Democratic Labour Party
  • * Note - Died in office

See also

External links

  • Barbados Elections
  • Leaders of Barbados
  • Rulers of Barbados - From settlement to present
  • Flag of the Prime Minister of Barbados
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