Maltese Government 2013–17
|Maltese Government 2013–2017|
21st cabinet of Malta
|Date formed||11 March 2013|
|Date dissolved||1 May 2017|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||George Abela (2013-2014)|
Marie Louise Coleiro Preca (2014-2019)
|Head of government||Joseph Muscat|
|Total no. of ministers||16|
|Member party||Labour Party|
|Opposition party||Nationalist Party|
|Opposition leader||Lawrence Gonzi (2013)|
Simon Busuttil (2013-2017)
|Election(s)||2013 general election|
|Predecessor||Maltese Government 2008–2013|
|Successor||Maltese Government 2017-2022|
The Maltese Government 2013–2017 was the current Government of Malta from 11 March 2013 till 1 May 2017. The Maltese government is elected through a General Election for a five-year term (projected dissolution was 10 March 2018). The Head of Government is Joseph Muscat. On 1st May 2017, whilst speaking during a Labour Party mass meeting, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced a snap general election for June 3 2017, a year before the end of his term.
|Portfolio||Minister||Took office||Left office||Party|
|Prime Minister||Joseph Muscat||11 March 2013||13 January 2020||Labour|
|Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of European Affairs||Louis Grech||11 March 2013||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Business||Christian Cardona||13 March 2013||5 June 2017||Labour|
|Minister for Competitiveness and Digital, Maritime and Services Economy||Emmanuel Mallia||10 March 2013||9 December 2014||Labour|
|Minister for Education and Employment||Evarist Bartolo||11 March 2013||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister ||Konrad Mizzi||28 April 2016||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Energy and Health||Konrad Mizzi||29 March 2014||28 April 2016||Labour|
|Minister for Energy and Water Conservation||Konrad Mizzi||11 March 2013||29 March 2014||Labour|
|Minister for Environment, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change||Leo Brincat||11 March 2013||28 April 2016||Labour|
|Josè Herrera||28 April 2016||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Family and Social Solidarity||Marie Louise Coleiro Preca||11 March 2013||29 March 2014||Labour|
|Michael Farrugia||29 March 2014||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Finance||Edward Scicluna||11 March 2013||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Foreign Affairs||George William Vella||11 March 2013||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Gozo||Anton Refalo||11 March 2013||9 June 2017||Labour|
|Minister for Health||Godfrey Farrugia||11 March 2013||29 March 2014||Labour|
|Chris Fearne||28 April 2016||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Home Affairs and National Security||Manuel Mallia||11 March 2013||9 December 2014||Labour|
|Carmelo Abela||9 December 2014||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government||Owen Bonnici||29 March 2014||13 January 2020||Labour|
|Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties||Helena Dalli||11 March 2013||5 June 2017||Labour|
|Minister for Tourism||Karmenu Vella||11 March 2013||29 March 2014||Labour|
|Edward Zammit Lewis||29 March 2014||Incumbent||Labour|
|Minister for Transport and Infrastructure||Joe Mizzi||11 March 2013||Incumbent||Labour|
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