Cabinet of Malta

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The Cabinet of Malta is the collective decision-making body of the Government of Malta, composed of the Prime Minister and a number of Ministers who are selected by the Prime Minister from the elected members of House of Representatives to head government departments. Parliamentary Secretaries (equivalent to junior ministers) can also be invited to attend cabinet meetings as well as other senior government officials.

Current Cabinet[edit]

Portfolio Minister Political party Assumed office
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat Labour 11 March 2013
Deputy Prime Minister TBD Labour
Minister for the Economy, Investment, and Small Business Christian Cardona Labour 11 March 2013
Minister of Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo Labour 11 March 2013
Minister of Health Chris Fearne Labour 11 April 2014
Minister of Environment, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change Jose Herrera Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Family and Children's Rights Michael Falzon Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Finance Edward Scicluna Labour 11 March 2013
Minister of Foreign Affairs & Trade Promotion Carmelo Abela Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Gozo Justyne Caruana Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Home Affairs and National Security Michael Farrugia Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Justice, Culture, and Local Government Owen Bonnici Labour 29 March 2014
Minister of European Affairs and Equality Helena Dalli Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Tourism Konrad Mizzi Labour 9 June 2017
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Ian Borg Labour 9 June 2017

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