33-member Cabinet named

PAPUA New Guinea’s new Cabinet, following the national general election, comprises 33 ministerial portfolios. They are:

  • Staff Reporter
  • 11 August 2017
  • 05:15
  • News
33-member Cabinet named Peter O'Neill

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Prime Minister, Sports and APEC - Peter O'Neill
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Treasury - Charles Abel
Minister for Inter-Government Relations - Kevin Isifu
Minister for Finance and Rural Development - James Marape
Minister for National Planning and Monitoring - Richard Maru
Minister for Public Enterprise and State Investments - William Duma
Minister for Petroleum and Energy - Fabian Pok
Minister for Mining - Johnson Tuke
Minister for foreign Affairs and Trade - Rimbink Pato
Minister for Public Service - Elias Kapavore
Minister for Environment, Conservation and Climate Change - John  Pundari
Minister for Transport - Wesley Nukunj
Minister for Commerce and Industry - Wera Mori
Minister for Agriculture and Livestock - Benny Allan
Minister for Community Development, Youth and Religion - Soroi Eoe
Minister for Tourism and Culture - Emil Tammur
Minister for Education - Nick Kuman
Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology - Pila Niningi
Minister for Justice and Attorney General - Davis Steven
Minister for Defense - Solan Mirisim
Minister for Police - Jelta Wong
Minister for Correctional Services - Roy Biama
Minister for Housing and Urbanization - John Kaupa
Minister for Labour and Industrial Relations - Mehrra Kipefa
Minister for Health and HIV/AIDS - Sir Puka Temu
Minister for Fisheries - Patrick Basa
Minister for Communication and Inforemation Technology - Francis Maneke
Minister for Works and Implementation - Michael Nali
Minister for Lands and Physical Planning - Justin Tkatchenko
Minister for Civil Aviation - Alfred Manase
Minister for Bougainville Affairs - Fr Simon Dumarinu
Minister for forestry - Douglas Tomuriesa
Minister for Immigration and Border Security - Petrus Thomas
 
 

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