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The Chief Minister of Montserrat is the head of government of Montserrat, an island in the Caribbean which is currently an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. As a result, the head of state of Montserrat is not the Chief Minister, but Queen Elizabeth II, who is the head of state of the United Kingdom. (Queen Elizabeth II is represented by the Governor of Montserrat.) The current Chief Minister of Montserrat is Reuben Meade of the Movement for Change and Prosperity. The chief minister is appointed by the governor from among the members of the Legislative Council. His cabinet, the Executive Council, is appointed by the governor from among the elected members of the Legislative Council and consists also of the Executive Council of the governor, the attorney general, and the finance secretary.

List of Chief Ministers of Montserrat

Incumbent Tenure Political Affiliation
Took Office Left Office
William Henry Bramble January 1960 December 1970 Montserrat Labour Party
Percival Austin Bramble December 1970 November 1978 Progressive Democratic Party
John Osborne November 1978 10 October 1991 People's Liberation Movement
Reuben Meade 10 October 1991 13 November 1996 National Progressive Party (1st term)
Bertrand Osborne 13 November 1996 22 August 1997 People's Progressive Alliance
David Brandt 22 August 1997 5 April 2001 Non-partisan
John Osborne 5 April 2001 2 June 2006 New People's Liberation Movement
Lowell Lewis 2 June 2006 10 September 2009 Montserrat Democratic Party
Reuben Meade 10 September 2009 incumbent Movement for Change and Prosperity (2nd term)

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