St-Martin_ Ministers

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Martin From 1963
Saint-Martin together with Saint-Barthélémy a separate arrondissement of Guadeloupe as Saint-Martin et Saint-Barthélémy. 2007 it became the Collectivité de Saint-Martin, an overseas collectivity of France located in the Caribbean. The northern parts of the island of Saint Martin and neighbouring islets, the largest of which is Île Tintamarre. The southern part of the island, Sint Maarten, is part of the Netherlands Antilles. The official language in the island is English. After the 2007-elections the Council had 12 male and 11 female members.

2007-08 1. Vice-President in charge of Employment, Educational Training, Professional Training, Teaching, Culture, Youth and Sports, School Transport
2008 Acting President of the Executive Council
2008-12 Member of the Exe
cutive Council Marthe Ogoundélé-Tessi
Candidate for the post of President in August 2008 and May 2009. Not reelected in 2012.

2007-08 3. Vice-President of the Executive Council for Social Affairs, attached to children and family, Health affairs pertaining to senior citizens and the handicapped, social issues connected to lodging, juvenile delinquency, and discrimination
2008-12 2. Vice-President Claire Javois Guion-Firmin

2012-13 1. Vice-President Aline Hanson
2013-17 Présidente du Conseil Territorial de Saint-Martin

2012- 3. Vice-President Ramona Conner

2012- Member of the Executive Council Josette Gumbs-Lake

2015- Prefect Anne Laubies
Also Prefect of Saint-Barthélemy. Sous-Prefect and Secretary General of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon 1997-98, Sous-Prefect of Pas-de-Calais 1999-2001, of Forcalquier 2995-2007 and of Bergerac 2007-09 and Secretary General o the Prefecture of Guyane 2009-13. (b. 1953)


Last update 04.04.17