Maltese Government 2017–2022

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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 Robert Abela. The Labour Party won a majority following a snap election which was held on 3 June 2017.[2]

Maltese Government 2017–22
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22nd cabinet of Malta
Incumbent
Date formed9 June 2017
People and organisations
Head of stateMarie Louise Coleiro Preca (2014–2019)
George Vella (2019–present)
Head of governmentJoseph Muscat (2017–2020)
Robert Abela (2020–present)
No. of ministers17
Member partyLabour Party
Opposition partyNationalist Party (2017–present)
Democratic Party (2017–19)
Independent (2019–present)[1]
Opposition leaderSimon Busuttil (2017)
Adrian Delia (2017–present)
History
Election(s)2017 general election
PredecessorMaltese Government 2013–17

CabinetEdit

Muscat CabinetEdit

Portfolio Minister Political party Assumed office Left office
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat Labour 11 March 2013 13 January 2020
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne Labour 13 July 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for the Economy, Investment, and Small Business Christian Cardona Labour 11 March 2013 13 January 2020
Minister for Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo Labour 11 March 2013 13 January 2020
Minister for Health Chris Fearne Labour 28 April 2016 13 January 2020
Minister for Environment, Sustainable Development, and Climate Change Jose Herrera Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Family and Children's Rights Michael Falzon Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Finance Edward Scicluna Labour 13 March 2013 13 January 2020
Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade Promotion Carmelo Abela Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Gozo Justyne Caruana Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Home Affairs and National Security Michael Farrugia Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Justice, Culture, and Local Government Owen Bonnici Labour 29 March 2014 13 January 2020
Minister for European Affairs and Equality Helena Dalli Labour 9 June 2017 25 July 2019
Edward Zammit Lewis Labour 25 July 2019 13 January 2020
Minister for Tourism Konrad Mizzi Labour 9 June 2017 26 November 2019
Minister for Energy and Water Management Joe Mizzi Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg Labour 9 June 2017 13 January 2020

Abela CabinetEdit

Portfolio Minister Political party Assumed office Left office
Prime Minister Robert Abela Labour 13 January 2020 Incumbent
Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Health Chris Fearne Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for the Economy, Investment and Small Business Silvio Schembri Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Education and Employment Owen Bonnici Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning Aaron Farrugia Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for the Family, Children's Rights and Social Solidarity Michael Falzon Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Finance and Financial Services Edward Scicluna Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for European & Foreign Affairs Evarist Bartolo Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Gozo Justyne Caruana Labour 15 January 2020 20 January 2020
Clint Camilleri Labour 20 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Home Affairs, Law Enforcement and National Security Byron Camilleri Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Justice, Equality and Governance Edward Zammit Lewis Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Tourism & Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Energy and Water Management Michael Farrugia Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects Ian Borg Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for National Heritage, Arts and Local Government Jose Herrera Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Social Accommodation Roderick Galdes Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries & Animal Rights Clint Camilleri Labour 15 January 2020 20 January 2020
Anton Refalo Labour 21 January 2020 Incumbent
Minister within OPM
(Sustainable Development, Social Dialogue and the Electoral Manifesto's Implemenation)
Carmelo Abela Labour 15 January 2020 Incumbent

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Godfrey, Marlene Farrugia resign from PD 'to give party chance to rebuild'". The Times of Malta.
  2. ^ "Official results show Labour win with 35,280 margin - The Malta Independent". www.independent.com.mt.