Cabinet of Evo Morales

The Cabinet of Evo Morales constituted the 210th to 220th cabinets of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.[c] It was initially formed on 23 January 2006, a day after Evo Morales was sworn-in as the 65th president of Bolivia.[1][2]

Morales cabinet

210th–220th Cabinet of Bolivia[a]
2019–2020
Evo Morales
Date formed23 January 2006 (2006-01-23)
Date dissolved10 November 2019 (2019-11-10)
People and organisations
PresidentEvo Morales
Vice PresidentÁlvaro García Linera
No. of ministers19
Total no. of members113 (incl. former members)
Member party  Movement for Socialism
Status in legislatureMajority government (2006–2010)
Supermajority government (2010–2019)
History
Election(s)2005 general election
2009 general election
2014 general election
2019 general election[b]
Legislature term(s)2006–2010
2010–2015
2015–2020
PredecessorCabinet of Eduardo Rodríguez Veltzé
SuccessorCabinet of Jeanine Áñez
Morales with his tenth cabinet in January 2018.

Cabinet ministers edit

Portfolio Minister Party Prof. Took office Left office Term Ref.
President Evo Morales MAS Coc. 22 January 2006 10 November 2019 5,040 [3]
Vice President Álvaro García Linera MAS Soc. 22 January 2006 10 November 2019 5,040
Minister of Foreign Affairs David Choquehuanca MAS Uni. 23 January 2006 23 January 2017 4,018 [4][5]
Fernando Huanacuni Mamani MAS Law. 23 January 2017 4 September 2018 589 [6][7]
Diego Pary Rodríguez MAS Prof. 4 September 2018 10 November 2019 432 [8][9]
Minister of the Presidency Juan Ramón Quintana MAS Soc. 23 January 2006 23 January 2010 1,461 [4][10]
Óscar Coca MAS B.A. 23 January 2010 14 June 2011 507 [11][12]
Carlos Romero MAS Law. 14 June 2011 23 January 2012 223 [13][14]
Juan Ramón Quintana MAS Soc. 23 January 2012 23 January 2017 1,827 [15][10]
René Martínez Callahuanca MAS Law. 23 January 2017 23 January 2018 365 [6][16]
Alfredo Rada MAS Soc. 23 January 2018 23 January 2019 730 [17][18]
Juan Ramón Quintana MAS Soc. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19][10]
Minister of Government Alicia Muñoz MAS Anth. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][20]
Alfredo Rada MAS Soc. 23 January 2007 23 January 2010 1,096 [21][18]
Sacha Llorenti MAS Law. 23 January 2010 27 September 2011 612 [11][22]
Wilfredo Chávez MAS Law. 27 September 2011 23 January 2012 118 [23][24]
Carlos Romero MAS Law. 23 January 2012 15 July 2014 904 [15][14]
Jorge Pérez Valenzuela MAS Law. 15 July 2014 23 January 2015 192 [25][26]
Hugo Moldiz MAS Law. 23 January 2015 25 May 2015 122 [27][28]
Office vacant 25 May 2015 – 26 May 2015 1 [29]
Carlos Romero MAS Law. 26 May 2015 10 November 2019 1,630 [30][14]
Minister of National Defense Walker San Miguel MAS Law. 23 January 2006 8 February 2009 1,461 [4][31]
Minister of Defense 8 February 2009 23 January 2010
Rubén Saavedra MAS Eco. 23 January 2010 5 April 2011 1,898 [11][32]
Office vacant 5 April 2011 – 6 April 2011 1 [33][d]
María Cecilia Chacón MAS Law. 6 April 2011 26 September 2011 173 [34][35]
Office vacant 26 September 2011 – 27 September 2011 1 [36]
Rubén Saavedra MAS Eco. 27 September 2011 23 January 2015 1,214 [23][32]
Jorge Ledezma MAS Law. 23 January 2015 31 March 2015 67 [27][37]
Reymi Ferreira MAS Law. 31 March 2015 23 January 2018 1,029 [38][39]
Javier Eduardo Zavaleta MAS Arch. 23 January 2018 10 November 2019 656 [17][40]
Minister of Development Planning Carlos Villegas MAS Eco. 23 January 2006 15 September 2006 235 [4][41]
Hernando Larrazabal MAS Eco. 15 September 2006 23 January 2007 130 [42][43]
Gabriel Loza Tellería MAS Eco. 23 January 2007 8 September 2008 594 [21][44]
Carlos Villegas MAS Eco. 8 September 2008 8 February 2009 153 [45][41]
Noel Aguirre MAS Prof. 8 February 2009 23 January 2010 349 [46][47]
Viviana Caro Hinojosa MAS Eco. 23 January 2010 23 January 2015 1,810 [11][48]
René Gonzalo Orellana MAS Law. 23 January 2015 23 January 2017 3,327 [27][49]
Mariana Prado MAS B.A. 23 January 2017 10 November 2019 1,021 [6][50]
Minister of Finance Luis Arce MAS Eco. 23 January 2006 8 February 2009 4,172 [4][51]
Minister of Economy and Public Finance 8 February 2009 24 June 2017
Office vacant 24 June 2017 – 26 June 2017 2 [52]
Mario Guillén MAS Eng. 26 June 2017 23 January 2019 576 [53][54]
Luis Arce MAS Eco. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19][51]
Minister of Hydrocarbons Andrés Soliz Rada MAS Jrnl. 23 January 2006 15 September 2006 235 [4][55]
Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energies Carlos Villegas MAS Eco. 15 September 2006 8 September 2008 724 [56][41]
Saúl Ávalos Cortez MAS Law. 8 September 2008 8 February 2009 153 [45][57]
Óscar Coca MAS B.A. 8 February 2009 23 January 2010 349 [46][12]
Luis Fernando Vincenti MAS Eng. 23 January 2010 23 January 2011 365 [11][58]
José Luis Gutierrez Pérez MAS Eng. 23 January 2011 23 January 2012 365 [59][60]
Juan José Sosa MAS Eng. 23 January 2012 23 January 2015 1,096 [15][61]
Luis Alberto Sánchez MAS Eng. 23 January 2015 22 January 2017 1,752 [27][62]
Minister of Hydrocarbons 22 January 2017 10 November 2019
Minister of Energies Office vacant 22 January 2017 – 23 January 2017 1 [63]
Rafael Alarcón MAS Eng. 23 January 2017 10 November 2019 1,021 [6][64]
Minister of Production and Microenterprises Celinda Sosa Lunda MAS Prof. 23 January 2006 23 January 2008 730 [4][65]
Ángel Hurtado MAS Soc. 23 January 2008 8 September 2008 229 [66][67]
Susana Rivero Guzmán MAS Law. 8 September 2008 8 February 2009 502 [45][68]
Minister of Productive Development and the Plural Economy 8 February 2009 23 January 2010
Antonia Rodríguez Medrano MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 23 January 2011 365 [11][69]
Ana Teresa Morales MAS Eco. 23 January 2011 23 January 2015 1,461 [59][70]
Verónica Ramos MAS Eco. 23 January 2015 23 January 2017 3,327 [27][71]
Eugenio Rojas MAS Soc. 23 January 2017 23 January 2019 730 [6][72]
Nélida Sifuentes Cueto MAS Uni. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19]
Minister of Services and Public Works Salvador Ric Riera MAS Entr. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][73]
Minister of Public Works, Services, and Housing Jerges Mercado Suárez MAS Eng. 23 January 2007 7 September 2007 227 [21][74]
José Kinn Franco MAS Eng. 7 September 2007 23 January 2008 138 [75][76]
Óscar Coca MAS B.A. 23 January 2008 8 February 2009 382 [66][12]
Walter Delgadillo MIR Anth. 8 February 2009 23 January 2012 1,079 [21][77]
Vladimir Sánchez MAS Eco. 23 January 2012 23 January 2015 1,096 [15][78]
Milton Claros MAS Eng. 23 January 2015 23 January 2019 1,461 [27][79]
Óscar Coca MAS B.A. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19][12]
Minister of Mining and Metallurgy Wálter Villarroel MAS 23 January 2006 6 October 2006 256 [4][80]
José Dalence MAS Uni. 6 October 2006 28 March 2007 173 [81][82]
Luis Alberto Echazú MAS Eng. 28 March 2007 23 January 2010 1,032 [83][84]
Milton Gómez MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 28 January 2010 5 [11][85]
José Antonio Pimentel MAS Uni. 28 January 2010 23 January 2012 725 [86][87]
Mario Virreira MAS Eng. 23 January 2012 23 January 2015 1,096 [15][88]
César Navarro MAS Law. 23 January 2015 10 November 2019 1,752 [27][89]
Minister without portfolio responsible for Justice Casimira Rodríguez MAS D.W. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][90]
Minister of Justice Celima Torrico MAS Uni. 23 January 2007 23 January 2010 1,096 [21][91]
Nilda Copa Condori MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 23 January 2012 730 [11][92]
Cecilia Luisa Ayllón MAS Law. 23 January 2012 23 January 2014 731 [15][93]
Elizabeth Sandra Gutiérrez MAS Law. 23 January 2014 23 January 2015 365 [94][95]
Virginia Velasco Condori MAS Law. 23 January 2015 22 January 2017 731 [27][96]
Minister of Justice and Institutional Transparency 22 January 2017 23 January 2017
Héctor Enrique Arce MAS Law. 23 January 2017 10 November 2019 1,021 [6][97]
Minister of Labor Santiago Álex Gálvez MAS Man. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][98]
Walter Delgadillo MIR Anth. 23 January 2007 8 February 2009 747 [21][77]
Minister of Labor, Employment, and Social Security Calixto Chipana Callisaya MAS Uni. 8 February 2009 23 January 2010 349 [46][99]
Carmen Trujillo Cárdenas MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 15 February 2011 388 [11][100]
Félix Rojas MAS Law. 15 February 2011 23 January 2012 342 [101][102]
Daniel Santalla MAS Uni. 23 January 2012 23 January 2015 1,096 [15][103]
José Gonzalo Trigoso Agudo MAS Law. 23 January 2015 23 January 2017 731 [27][104]
Héctor Hinojosa Rodríguez MAS Prof. 23 January 2017 23 January 2019 730 [6][105]
Milton Gómez MAS Uni. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19][85]
Minister of Health and Sports Nila Heredia POR Dr. 23 January 2006 23 January 2008 730 [4][106]
Wálter Selum Rivero MAS Card. 23 January 2008 8 September 2008 229 [66][107]
Jorge Ramiro Tapia MAS Surg. 8 September 2008 23 January 2010 502 [45][108]
Sonia Polo MAS Den. 23 January 2010 16 May 2010 113 [11][109]
Nila Heredia POR Dr. 16 May 2010 23 January 2012 617 [110][106]
Juan Carlos Calvimontes MAS Dr. 23 January 2012 22 January 2014 1,096 [15][111]
Minister of Health 22 January 2014 23 January 2015
Ariana Campero MAS Dr. 23 January 2015 30 May 2018 1,223 [27][112]
Rodolfo Rocabado MAS Dr. 30 May 2018 23 January 2019 238 [113][114]
Gabriela Montaño MAS Phys. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19]
Minister without portfolio responsible for Water Abel Mamani MAS Uni. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 673 [4][115]
Minister of Water 23 January 2007 27 November 2007
Wálter Valda Rivera MAS Agr. 27 November 2007 1 April 2008 126 [116][117]
René Gonzalo Orellana MAS Law. 1 April 2008 8 February 2009 662 [118][49]
Minister of Environment and Water 8 February 2009 23 January 2010
María Udaeta MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 23 January 2011 365 [11][119]
Julieta Mabel Monje MAS Prof. 23 January 2011 23 January 2012 365 [59][120]
Felipe Quispe Quenta MAS Law. 23 January 2012 21 August 2012 211 [15][121]
José Antonio Zamora MAS Eco. 21 August 2012 23 January 2015 885 [122][123]
Alejandra Moreira López MAS Law. 23 January 2015 23 January 2017 731 [27][124]
Carlos René Ortuño MAS Eng. 23 January 2017 10 November 2019 1,021 [6][125]
Minister of Education and Cultures Félix Patzi MAS Soc. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][126]
Víctor Cáceres Rodríguez PCB Prof. 23 January 2007 8 June 2007 136 [21][127]
Magdalena Cajías IND Hist. 8 June 2007 7 November 2008 518 [128][129]
Roberto Aguilar MAS Eco. 7 November 2008 8 February 2009 4,020 [130][131]
Minister of Education 8 February 2009 10 November 2019
Minister of Peasant, Indigenous, and Agricultural Affairs
charged with Rural and Agricultural Development
Hugo Salvatierra Gutiérrez MAS Law. 23 January 2006 23 January 2007 365 [4][132]
Minister of Rural Development, Agriculture, and Environment Susana Rivero Guzmán MAS Law. 23 January 2007 8 September 2008 594 [21][68]
Carlos Romero MAS Law. 8 September 2008 8 February 2009 153 [45][14]
Minister of Rural Development and Lands Julia Ramos MAS Uni. 8 February 2009 23 January 2010 349 [46][133]
Nemesia Achacollo MAS Uni. 23 January 2010 31 August 2015 2,046 [11][134]
César Cocarico MAS Law. 31 August 2015 10 November 2019 1,532 [135][136]
Minister without portfolio responsible for the
Legal Defense of State Recoveries
Héctor Enrique Arce MAS Law. 5 May 2008 8 February 2009 490 [137][97]
Minister for the Legal Defense of the State 8 February 2009 7 September 2009
María Cecilia Rocabado MAS Law. 7 September 2009 24 December 2009 108 [138][139]
Pablo Menacho Diederich MAS Law. 24 December 2009 23 January 2010 30 [140][141]
Elizabeth Arismendi MAS Law. 23 January 2010 7 February 2011 380 [11][142]
Office merged with the Attorney General's Office [143][e]
Minister of Autonomies Office vacant 7 February 2009 – 8 February 2009 1 [144]
Carlos Romero MAS Law. 8 February 2009 14 June 2011 856 [46][14]
Claudia Peña Claros MAS Wri. 14 June 2011 23 January 2015 1,319 [13][145]
Hugo Siles Núñez del Prado MAS Prof. 23 January 2015 22 January 2017 730 [27][146]
Office merged with the Ministry of the Presidency [63][f]
Minister of Institutional Transparency
and the Fight Against Corruption
Office vacant 7 February 2009 – 8 February 2009 1 [144]
Nardi Suxo MAS Law. 8 February 2009 23 January 2015 2,175 [46][147]
Lenny Tatiana Valdivia MAS Law. 23 January 2015 22 January 2017 730 [27][148]
Office merged with the Ministry of Justice [63][g]
Minister of Cultures Office vacant 7 February 2009 – 8 February 2009 1 [144]
Pablo Groux MSM Jrnl. 8 February 2009 23 January 2010 349 [46][149]
Zulma Yugar MAS Mus. 23 January 2010 15 February 2011 388 [11][150]
Elizabeth Salguero MAS Jrnl. 15 February 2011 23 January 2012 342 [101][151]
Pablo Groux MSM Jrnl. 23 January 2012 25 September 2012 1,123 [15][149]
Minister of Cultures and Tourism 25 September 2012 19 February 2015
Marko Marcelo Machicao MAS Eco. 19 February 2015 23 January 2017 704 [152][153]
Wilma Alanoca MAS Jrnl. 23 January 2017 10 November 2019 1,021 [6][154]
Minister of Communications Iván Canelas MAS Uni. 15 February 2011 23 January 2012 342 [101][155]
Amanda Dávila MAS Jrnl. 23 January 2012 23 January 2015 1,096 [15][156]
Marianela Paco MAS Law. 23 January 2015 23 January 2017 731 [27][157]
Gísela López MAS Jrnl. 23 January 2017 23 January 2019 730 [6][158]
Manuel Canelas MAS Jrnl. 23 January 2019 10 November 2019 291 [19]
Minister of Sports Office vacant 22 January 2014 – 23 January 2014 1 [159]
Tito Montaño MAS Ftbl. 23 January 2014 10 November 2019 2,117 [94][160]

History edit

Cabinets edit

Formed Days Decree
I 23 January 2006 365 Presidential Decree N° 28602
II 23 January 2007 365 Presidential Decree N° 29015
III 23 January 2008 382 Presidential Decree N° 29426
IV 8 February 2009 349 Presidential Decree N° 0001
V 23 January 2010 365 Presidential Decree N° 0407
VI 23 January 2011 365 Presidential Decree N° 0775
VII 23 January 2012 731 Presidential Decree N° 1125
VIII 23 January 2014 365 Presidential Decree N° 1869
IX 23 January 2015 731 Presidential Decree N° 2249
X 23 January 2017 730 Presidential Decree N° 3059
XI 23 January 2019 291 Presidential Decree N° 3780

Structural changes edit

Portfolio Part of Transferred to Date Decree
Autonomies None Ministry of Autonomies 7 February 2009 Supreme Decree N° 29894
Cultures Ministry of Education and Cultures Ministry of Cultures
Defense Ministry of National Defense Ministry of Defense
Finance Ministry of Finance Ministry of Economy and Public Finance
Production Ministry of Production and Microenterprises Ministry of Productive Development
Transparency None Ministry of Institutional Transparency
Communications None Ministry of Communications 15 February 2011 Supreme Decree N° 0793
Tourism Ministry of Cultures Ministry of Cultures and Tourism 25 September 2012 Law N° 0292
Sports Ministry of Health and Sports Ministry of Sports 22 January 2014 Supreme Decree N° 1868
Autonomies Ministry of Autonomies Ministry of the Presidency 22 January 2017 Supreme Decree N° 3058
Energies Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energies Ministry of Energies
Transparency Ministry of Institutional Transparency Ministry of Justice

References edit

Notes edit

  1. ^ 210th–213th Cabinet of the Republic of Bolivia; 1st–7th Cabinet of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.
  2. ^ Annulled.
  3. ^ Until 2009, the Republic of Bolivia.
  4. ^ Acting Minister of Defense designated to Sacha Llorenti, Minister of Government, until a new holder is appointed.
  5. ^ Ministry functions transferred to the Deputy Attorney for Defense and Legal Representation of the State.
  6. ^ Ministry functions transferred to the Vice Ministry of Autonomies.
  7. ^ Ministry functions transferred to the Vice Ministry of Institutional Transparency and the Fight Against Corruption.

Footnotes edit

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