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Friday 15 December 2017
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Robert Le Hunte is now senator

Robert Le Hunte, the new Minister of Public Utilities, was sown in as Senator in the Senate.

Minister of Public Utilities Robert Le Hunte was today sworn in as a Government senator having assumed the post of Minister of Public Utilities, a post for which he was twice sworn in.

He took the oath of Senator before Senate President Christine Kangaloo at the start of today's sitting of the Senate.

Le Hunte filled the vacancy left by former senator Walede Michael Coppin whose position was revoked on August 24 to accommodate his ministerial appointment.

Le Hunte’s initial appointment as Minister of Public Utilities was revoked days after he was sworn in, in August due to having dual citizenship, a position he has since rectified.

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