Minister of Legislative Affairs and Minister of Education expand on Throne Speech initiatives

As the public is aware, the theme of this year’s Throne Speech is “Serving the People”. And strengthening and supporting the economy, infrastructure investment; improving service delivery in key areas; modernising public transport; and advancing key reforms in education and healthcare are some of the focused priorities for the Government in this upcoming legislative session.

Recently, in two special Throne Speech editions of This Week in Government, the Minister of Education, the Hon. Diallo Rabain, JP, MP, and the Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs the Hon. Kathy Lynn Simmons, JP, MP discussed their respective Ministry initiatives. In the two separate interviews, topics covered included education reform, signature schools, supporting Bermuda’s public-school students, the legislative process and more.

The community can watch the Attorney General’s Throne Speech episode here: Minister of Legal Affairs – This Week in Government

The full episode of the Education Minister’s interview can be found here: Minister Rabain – This Week in Government.

The public is reminded that This Week in Government is aimed at featuring insightful conversations with Government’s decision makers and as well as those public officers who are doing extraordinary work in all areas of government. This Week in Government can be seen on CITV’s YouTube channel, on Government’s Facebook page, and on CITV television station (Wow ch. 102 / OneComm ch. 2).

To read more in this year’s Throne Speech, visit

The public can view previous episodes here: This Week in Government Playlist.

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