Governor-General of Saint Lucia

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Governor-General of Saint Lucia
Coat of Arms of Saint Lucia.svg
Coat of Arms of Saint Lucia
Flag of the Governor-General of Saint Lucia.svg
Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac.jpg
Incumbent
Sir Neville Cenac
GCMG

since 12 January 2018
Viceroy
StyleHis Excellency
ResidenceGovernment House, Saint Lucia
AppointerMonarch of Saint Lucia
Term lengthAt Her Majesty's pleasure
Formation22 February 1979
First holderSir Allen Montgomery Lewis
Salary36,111 USD annually[1]
Websitegovernorgeneral.govt.lc

The Governor-General of Saint Lucia is the representative of the monarch of Saint Lucia, currently Queen Elizabeth II.

Governors-general of Saint Lucia (1979–present)[change | change source]

Image Name
(Birth–Death)
Took office Left office Comments
Sir Allen Montgomery Lewis
(1909–1993)
22 February 1979 19 June 1980 First time
Boswell Williams
(1926–2014)
19 June 1980 13 December 1982 Resigned
Sir Allen Montgomery Lewis
(1909–1993)
13 December 1982 30 April 1987 Second time
Vincent Floissac
(1928–2010)
30 April 1987 10 October 1988 Acting
Sir Stanislaus A. James
(1919–2011)
10 October 1988 1 June 1996
GeorgeMallet02.jpg Sir George Mallet
(1923–2010)
1 June 1996 17 September 1997
Dame Pearlette Louisy (cropped, 3x4).jpg Dame Pearlette Louisy
(born 1946)
17 September 1997 31 December 2017
Vacant 1 January 2018 12 January 2018
Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac.jpg Sir Neville Cenac
(born 1939)
12 January 2018 Incumbent

References[change | change source]

  1. Government of Saint Lucia. "ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 2016-2017". www.finance.gov.lc.

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