Cabinet of Bolivia

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Council of Ministers of Bolivia, or Cabinet of Bolivia, is part of the executive branch of the Bolivian government, consisting of the heads of the variable number of government ministries. The Council of Ministers are ministers of state and conduct the day-to-day business of public administration within Bolivia.[1] The President of Bolivia may freely reorganize the executive branch, with the most recent comprehensive reorganization occurring in February 2009.[2] Since then, the Ministry for the Legal Defense of the State has become the independent office of Solicitor General, and the Ministry of Communication has been created.

Current Presidency[edit]

 Coat of Arms of Bolivia
 Wiphala (National symbol of Bolivia)
Cabinet of Bolivia
Third Presidency of Evo Morales, 2015–
Office Name Term
Presidency Evo Morales 2006–present
Vice Presidency Álvaro García Linera 2006–present
Ministry of the Presidency Juan Ramón Quintana 2012–present
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Chancellor) David Choquehuanca 2006–present
Ministry of Government Carlos Romero Bonifaz 2012–present
Ministry of Defense Reymi Luis Ferreira Justiniano 2015–
Solicitor General's Office Héctor Enrique Arcé Zaconeta March 2014–present
Ministry of Cultures Marko Machicao Bankovic 2015–present
Ministry of Development Planning René Gonzalo Orellana 2015–present
Ministry of Autonomy Hugo José Siles del Prado 2015–present
Ministry of Education Roberto Aguilar Gómez 2008–present
Ministry of Rural Development and Land César Cocarico 31 August 2015–present
Nemesia Achacollo Tola 2010–31 August 2015
Ministry of Economy and Finance Luis Alberto Arce Catacora 2006–present
Ministry of Public Works, Services, and Housing Milton Claros Hinojosa 2015–present
Ministry of Mining and Metallurgy Félix César Navarro Miranda 8 April 2014–present
Ministry of Justice Virginia Velasco Condori 2015–present
Ministry of Health Ariana Campero Nava 2015–present
Ministry of Sports Tito Rolando Montaño Rivera 2014–present
Ministry of Work, Employment, and Social Security José Gonzalo Trigoso Agudo 2015–present
Ministry of Institutional Transparency and the Fight against Corruption Lenny Tatiana Valdivia Bautista 2015–present
Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energy Luis Alberto Sánchez Fernández 2015–present
Ministry of the Environment and Water María Alexandra Moreira López 2015–present
Ministry of Productive Development and the Plural Economy Ministra de Desarrollo Productivo y Economía Plural (Nuevo) 2015–present
Ministry of Communication Marianela Paco Durán 2015–present
Unless otherwise specified, Ministerial transitions occurred during annual appointments in January: on 23 January in 2010, 2011, and 2012.

HE Rene Gonzalo Orellana Halkyer is the Minister of Development Planning

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