Maltese Government 2017–2022

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Maltese Government 2017–22
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22nd cabinet of Malta
Incumbent
Date formed 9 June 2017
People and organisations
Head of state Marie Louise Coleiro Preca (2014-present)
Head of government Joseph Muscat
No. of ministers 14
Member party Labour Party
Opposition party Nationalist Party
Democratic Party
Opposition leader Simon Busuttil (2017)
Adrian Delia (2017-present)
History
Election(s) 2017 general election
Predecessor Maltese Government 2013–17

The Maltese Government 2017–2022 is the current Government of Malta since 9 June 2017. Maltese government is elected through a General Election for a five-year term (projected dissolution for 2022). The Head of Government is Joseph Muscat. The Labour Party won a majority following a snap election which was held on 3 June 2017.[1]

Cabinet[edit]

Portfolio Minister Political party Assumed office Left office
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat Labour 11 March 2013 Incumbent
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne Labour 17 July 2017 Incumbent
Minister for the Economy, Investment, and Small Business Christian Cardona Labour 11 March 2013 Incumbent
Minister of Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo Labour 11 March 2013 Incumbent
Minister of Health Chris Fearne Labour 28 April 2016 Incumbent
Minister of Environment, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change Jose Herrera Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Family and Children's Rights Michael Falzon Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Finance Edward Scicluna Labour 13 March 2013 Incumbent
Minister of Foreign Affairs & Trade Promotion Carmelo Abela Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Gozo Justyne Caruana Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Home Affairs and National Security Michael Farrugia Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Justice, Culture, and Local Government Owen Bonnici Labour 29 March 2014 Incumbent
Minister of European Affairs and Equality Helena Dalli Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Tourism Konrad Mizzi Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent
Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg Labour 9 June 2017 Incumbent

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