Tuesday, 16 December 2014 9:09 AM

PM Names Cabinet Line Up

Prime Minister Hon. Manasseh Sogavare has named his Cabinet line up.

The Governor General, Sir Frank Ofagioro Kabui, has acted on the Prime Ministers advise and has sworn into office 21 members of the Democratic Coalition for Change Government Cabinet.

The cabinet line-up is as follows:

1.

Hon Douglas Ete

Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Home Affairs

2.

Hon John Dean Kuku

Minister for Public Service

3.

Hon Danny Philip

Minister for National Development Planning & Aid Coordination

4.

Hon Ishmael Avui

Minister for Justice & Legal Affairs

5.

Hon Dr Derek Sikua

Minister for Education & Human Resources

6.

Hon Dr Tautai Agikimua Kaitu’u

Minister for Health and Medical Services

7.

Hon Milner Tozaka

Minister for Foreign Affairs & External Trade

8.

Hon William Bradford Marau

Minister for Commerce, Industry, Labour & Immigration

9.

Hon Bartholomew Parapolo

Minister for Culture & Tourism

10.

Hon Augustine Auga

Minister for Agriculture & Livestock Development

11.

Hon Andrew Manepora’a

Minister for Lands, Housing & Survey

12.

Hon Festus Sofu

Minister for Infrastructure Development

13.

Hon Commins Mewa

Minister for Communication & Aviation

14.

Hon Bodo Dettke

Minister for Forestry & Research

15.

Hon John Maneniaru

Minister for Fisheries & Marine Resources

16.

Hon Samson Maneka

Minister for Mines, Energy & Rural Electrification

17.

Hon Dudley Kopu

Minister for Provincial Government & institutional Strengthening

18.

Hon Jimson Fiau Tanangada

Minister for Women, Youth, Children & Family Affairs

19.

Hon David Day Pacha

Minister for National Unity, Reconciliation & Peace

20.

Hon Freda AB Tuki Soriacomua

Minister for Rural Development

21.

Hon Samuel Manetoali

Minister for Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management, Conservation & Meteorology

The Prime Minister had informed the Governor General that he will advise him of another two Ministers for the Ministry of Finance and Treasury and the Ministry for Police, National Security & Correctional Services before the Parliament meeting on 17th December 2014.

 

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