Minister of Public Works, Utilities, Transport, and Posts Earl Asim Martin of Saint Kitts and Nevis

Earl Asim Martin was born in Gingerland, Nevis in 1958.
Martin has always been active in the community and he served as President of the Zero Nites Youth Club from its inception in 1977 until he left for Cuba in 1982.
Martin was first elected to Parliament in 1993.
Martin was returned for his fourth consecutive term as Parliamentary Representative for St.
Earlier this week, Minister Martin supported by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of National Security Astona Browne along with members of the Police High Command updated Cabinet on a number of security initiatives being implemented to curb violent crimes.
Earl Asim Martin lead a team of Government Ministers and officials to inspect the damage caused by heavy flooding in the areas of New Guinea, Half Way Tree and Conaree on Monday.
Martin received assistance in food and material.
In a national broadcast on Monday night, in which he announced increases in fuel and electricity, Minister Martin said there is a need for a mechanism to offset such an increase and informed the Federation that in 2004, Government owed suppliers $3.
Martin said that as of September 27th 2005, gasoline is being imported into the Federation at a price of EC$10.
Minister Martin said he and his delegation were able to fast-track a component of the PetroCaribe agreement, which would see bitumen, as well as other petroleum by-products, being shipped here.
Last Thursday morning on SKNIS’s “Island Issues”, Minister Martin said the quarry already has the other products needed to make asphalt, but the bitumen was the most important product because it binds other road surfacing materials together.
and the exact cause of the fire, which started around 3:45 am.
Earl Asim Martin was invited by the World Bank to give a presentation entitled "HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean: From Denial to Action.
Minister Martin is currently celebrating 15 years of parliamentary service to his constituency which includes East Basseterre.
Earl Asim Martin said St Kitts and Nevis is among countries that will benefit from visa-free access to Europe.
Martin said fuel at the pump would increase from EC$8.
Earl Asim Martin lead teams from the Public Works Department and local private contractors in cleaning up the Bus and Ferry Terminal on the Basseterre Bay Road.