Maltese Government 2003–2008

The Maltese Government 2003–2008 was the Government of Malta from 12 April 2003 to 10 March 2008. The Prime Ministers were Eddie Fenech Adami and Lawrence Gonzi

Maltese Government 2003–2008
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19th Cabinet of Malta
Incumbent
Date formed12 April 2003
Date dissolved10 March 2008
People and organisations
Head of stateGuido de Marco (2003-2004)
Eddie Fenech Adami (2004-2008)
Head of governmentEddie Fenech Adami (2003-2004)
Lawrence Gonzi (2004-2008)
Member partyNationalist Party
Opposition partyMalta Labour Party
Opposition leaderAlfred Sant
History
Election(s)2003 general election
PredecessorMaltese Government 1998–2003
SuccessorMaltese Government 2008–2013

CabinetEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Deputy Prime Minister12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Communications and Competition Policy23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Communications and National Projects23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Education, Employment, and Training23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Family and Social Security23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Finance23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Finance and Economic Affairs12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Foreign Affairs12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
23 March 20043 July 2004 Nationalist
3 July 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Gozo12 April 200310 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Health12 April 200310 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Information, Technology, and Investment23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Justice and Home Affairs12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Justice, Home Affairs, and Parliamentary Affairs23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Resources and Infrastructure12 April 200310 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Rural Affairs12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Rural Affairs and Environment23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Social Policy and Parliamentary Affairs12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Tourism12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Heritage23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Transport and Communications12 April 200323 March 2004 Nationalist
Minister for Transport and Urban Development Projects23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist
Minister for Youth and Arts12 April 200323 March 2003 Nationalist
Minister for Youth and Sport23 March 200410 March 2008 Nationalist

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