Cabinet of Seychelles

The Cabinet of Seychelles consists of the President, Vice-President and the Ministers. It formulates the government's policies and advises the President.

Current CabinetEdit

Party key United Seychelles
Linyon Demokratik Seselwa
Cabinet of Seychelles: October 2020 - present[1]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent
  President

Defence
Legal Affairs
Public Administration
National Planning
National Security
[2]

H.E. Wavel Ramkalawan
  Vice President

Information Communication Technology
Information
[2]

H.E. Ahmed Afif
  Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Trade Naadir Hassan[3]
  Minister of Health Peggy Vidot[3]
  Minister of Employment and Social Affairs Patricia Francourt[3]
  Minister of Home Affairs Errol Fonseka[4]
  Minister of Education Justin Valentin[4]
  Minister of Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment Flavien Joubert[4]
  Minister of Transport Antony Derjacques[4]
  Minister for Local Government and Community Development Rose-Marie Hoareau[4]
  Minister of Investment, Entrepreneurship and Industry Devika Vidot[5]
  Minister of Youth, Sports and Family Affairs Marie-Celine Zialor[5]
  Designated Minister / Minister of Fisheries Jean-François Ferrari[5]
  Minister of Land Use and Housing Billy Rangasamy[5]
  Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism Sylvestre Radegonde[5]

April 2018 CabinetEdit

Party key People's Party
Linyon Demokratik Seselwa
Cabinet of Seychelles: April 2018 - October 2020 [6]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent
  President
Foreign Affairs
Public Administration
Legal Affairs
Defense
H.E. Danny Faure
  Vice President of Seychelles
Information,
Blue Economy
Investment and Industry,
Information Communication Technology, Information, and The Blue Economy
Industry & Entrepreneurship Development
H.E. Vincent Mériton
  Minister of Health and Social Affairs Jean-Paul Adam
  Minister of Family Affairs Mitcy Larue
  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Charles Bastienne
  Minister of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status Myriam Telemaque
  Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change Wallace Cosgrow
  Minister of Habitat, Lands, Infrastructure and Land Transport Pamela Charlette
  Minister of Finance, Trade and Economic Planning Maurice Loustau-Lalanne
  Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine Didier Dogley
  Minister of Education and Human Resources Development Jeanne Siméon
  Designated Minister and Ministry of Local Government and Home Affairs
Youth, Sports and Culture
Disastermanagement
Macsuzy Mondon

July 2017 CabinetEdit

Cabinet of Seychelles: July 2017 - April 2018 [7]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent
  President
Foreign Affairs
Public Administration
Legal Affairs
Defense
H.E. Danny Faure
  Vice President of Seychelles
Information,
Blue Economy
Investment and Industry,
Information, Communications and Technology (ICT)
Risk and Disaster Management
H.E. Vincent Mériton
  Minister of Health and Social Affairs Jean-Paul Adam
  Minister of Finance, Trade and Economic Planning Peter Larose
  Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Mitcy Larue
  Minister of Habitat, Infrastructure and Land Transport Charles Bastienne
  Minister of Employment, Immigration and Civil Status Myriam Telemaque
  Minister of Industry, Entrepreneurship Development and Business Innovation Wallace Cosgrow
  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Pamela Charlette
  Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine Maurice Loustau-Lalanne
  Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change Didier Dogley
  Minister of Education and Human Resources Development Joël Morgan
  Minister of Family Affairs Jeanne Siméon
  Designated Minister and Ministry of Local Government and Home Affairs Macsuzy Mondon

2016 CabinetEdit

Party key People's Party
Linyon Demokratik Seselwa
Cabinet of Seychelles: October 2016 – July 2017 [8][9]
Portrait Portfolio Incumbent
  President
Foreign Affairs
Public Administration
Legal Affairs
Defense
H.E. Danny Faure
  Vice President of Seychelles
Information,
Blue Economy
Investment and Industry,
Information, Communications and Technology (ICT)
Risk and Disaster Management
H.E. Vincent Mériton
  Minister of Health and Social Affairs Jean-Paul Adam
  Minister of Finance, Trade and Economic Planning Peter Larose
  Minister of Internal Affairs Mitcy Larue
  Minister of Habitat, Infrastructure and Land Transport Charles Bastienne
  Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Idith Alexander
  Minister of Employment, Entrepreneurship Development and Business Innovation Wallace Cosgrow
  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Michael Benstrong
 
 
Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine Alain St Ange - Maurice Loustau-Lalanne [10]
  Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change Didier Dogley
  Minister of Education and Human Resources Development Joël Morgan
  Minister of Family Affairs (new from 15 March 2017[11][12]) Jeanne Siméon
  Designated Minister and Minister of Local Government Macsuzy Mondon

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Majority of Seychelles' new cabinet of ministers sworn in to posts". Seychelles News Agency. Retrieved 3 November 2020.
  2. ^ a b "President Ramkalawan unveils new cabinet". Seychelles Nation. Retrieved 5 November 2020.
  3. ^ a b c "Assembly approves nomination of three ministers". Nation of Seychelles. 29 October 2020. Retrieved 30 October 2020.
  4. ^ a b c d e "Five new ministers get the green light". Nation of Seychelles. Retrieved 30 October 2020.
  5. ^ a b c d e "Assembly approves Ramkalawan's 13-member cabinet". Nation of Seychelles. Retrieved 31 October 2020.
  6. ^ "President Faure announces Cabinet Reshuffle". State House. 26 April 2018. Retrieved 24 August 2018.
  7. ^ "President of Seychelles reshuffles portfolios of cabinet ministers". seychellesnewsagency.com. Seychelles News Agency. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  8. ^ "Seychelles President Faure reshuffles government, minister portfolios". seychellesnewsagency.com. Seychelles News Agency. Retrieved 21 November 2016.
  9. ^ "President of Seychelles reshuffles portfolios of cabinet ministers". seychellesnewsagency.com. Seychelles News Agency. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  10. ^ http://www.itb-berlin.de/de/Besucher/Events/Eventsuche/Personendetail.jsp?personId=447012&pageTitle=Maurice+Loustau-Lalanne
  11. ^ "Appointment of Minister Jeanne Simeon". State House. 14 March 2017. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
  12. ^ "Minister Jeanne Simeon sworn into office". State House. 15 March 2017. Retrieved 25 August 2018.

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