Maltese Government 1998–2003

The Maltese Government 1998–2003 was the Government of Malta from 6 September 1998 to 12 April 2003. The Prime Minister was Eddie Fenech Adami.

Maltese Government 1998–2003
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18th Cabinet of Malta
Incumbent
Date formed6 September 1998
Date dissolved12 April 2003
People and organisations
Head of stateUgo Mifsud Bonnici (1998-1999)
Guido de Marco (1999-2003)
Head of governmentEddie Fenech Adami
Member partyNationalist Party
Opposition partyMalta Labour Party
Opposition leaderAlfred Sant
History
Election(s)1998 general election
PredecessorMaltese Government 1996–1998
SuccessorMaltese Government 2003–2008

CabinetEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime MinisterEddie Fenech Adami6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Deputy Prime MinisterGuido de Marco6 September 199829 March 1999 Nationalist
Lawrence Gonzi29 March 199912 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Economic ServicesJosef Bonnici6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for EducationLouis Galea6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for EnvironmentFrancis Zammit Dimech6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for FinanceJohn Dalli6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Food, Agriculture, and FisheriesNinu Zammit6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Foreign AffairsGuido de Marco6 September 199829 March 1999 Nationalist
Joe Borg29 March 199912 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for GozoGiovanna Debono6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for HealthLouis Deguara6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for JusticeTonio Borg6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Social PolicyLawrence Gonzi6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for TourismMichael Refalo6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Transport and CommunicationsCensu Galea6 September 199812 April 2003 Nationalist

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