|Mr. Basil Williams Attorney-at-Law
Mr. Basil Williams was privileged to begin his Public Service career as a young lawyer and as one of the late Founder Leaders legal advisors. Later, he was to become Legal Assistant to the then President Hoyte from 1985-1988. While in the Office of the President he became intimately familiar with the politics of the PNC and the machinery of the Party. He has gone on to become a Vice-Chairman of the Party and a member of the Central Executive Committee (CEC). Mr. Williams is also Chairman of the Legal Affairs Committee of the Party and a member of the Joint Task Force on Local Government Reform.
Mr. Williams holds an LLB (Hons.) Degree from the University of the West Indies, Cape Hill Campus and a Legal Education Certificate from the Sir Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad and Tobago. He has served in different capacities in the public domain, including representing Guyana at the 6th Meeting of the Conference of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community in 1985; City Councillor from 1986-1988 and Secretary of the Review Committee of the Companies Act, 1986-1988.
Mr. Williams entered Parliament in 2003.