Lydia milham

Lydia Milham.

Lydia Marie Spencer Milham (born 10 June 1963) is the former Prime Minister of Pintona. She was born to parents of Bahamian origin. Having good marks in school, she later entered Grace College where she studied law from 1983-1987. Milham served as a lawyer and judge throughout the 1990s. She joined the People's Party in 1999 where she gained prominence after being elected mayor of Orange Grove in 2002. In 2008, she was elected Prime Minister, signalling the return of the PP to power after nearly twenty years. In 2011, Milham began a plan to introduce state funded healthcare. Opposition by the Centrist Party has slowed it down, but she hoped to get support from the New Wave Movement to pass it through parliament, which she did in 2012.

In 2013, Gilbert Warren, became the Prime Minister, but Milhalm is still active in politics.