Prime Minister Raymond Decelles-Smith today sent to HM, the Queen the nominations for the Royal Lambda Privy Council, led of course, by the present Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and President of the Queen's Privy Council. The Lieutenant Governors for each of the three provinces were also named:
The Honourable Vincent Normand Lafayette was named Lieutenant Governor of Wilde Province. The Honourable Rebecca Ann Smith-Rothmann was named Lieutenant Governor of Toklas Province, and the Honourable Laura McMahon Connolly was named Lieutenant Governor of King Province. All serve under the Governor General, Mrs. Lee Dorsey, of Jamestown.
HM, the Queen of Lambda's Privy Council members and their biographies follow:
The Honourable John Goodall-Wright, OBE, Member of Provisional Government and interim Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and President of the Queen's Privy Council.
There are six other members, three drawn from both the Liberal and Tory leadership, although they are not political appointments, and serve at the pleasure of the Crown.
The Honourable Albert Wade Decelles-Smith, of Wilde Province (C)
The Honourable Anne Perkins-Jones, of Toklas Province (C)
The Honourable James Alton Baker, of King Province (C)
The Honourable Omer N. Gauvin, of Wilde Province (L)
The Honourable Emily Patterson Wright, of Toklas Province (L)
The Honourable Margaret Mary Windsor, of King Province (L)
These appointments will serve until June of 2010 according to the provisional law and given royal assent last week.