PNG Government Cabinet Announcement – Papua New Guinea


Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister, James Marape, announced the cabinet and lineup of ministries as follows:

1. James Marape – Prime Minister and Planning Minister

2. John Rosso – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Regional Planning and Urbanization

3. William Duma – Minister of State Enterprises

4. Ian Ling Stuckey – Treasury Minister

5. Soroi Eoe – Minister of Provincial and Local Government Affairs

6. Rainbo Paita – Minister of Finance and Implementation

7. Richard Maru – Minister for International Trade and Investment

8. Justin Tkatchenko – Minister of Foreign Affairs

9. Don Polye – Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology and Sports

10. Solan Mirisim – Minister of Public Works and Roads

11. Pila Niningi – Minister of Justice and Attorney General

12. Walter Schnaubelt – Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation

13. Kerenga Kua – Minister of Petroleum and Energy

14. Jimmy Uguro – Minister of Education

15. Joe Sungi – Minister of Public Service

16. Salio Waipo – Minister of Forests

17. Henry Amuli – Minister of Trade and Industry

18. Peter Tsiamalili Jnr- Minister of Internal Security (Police and CEI merged)

Dr Lino Tom – Minister of Health

19. Kobby Bomoreo – Minister of Housing

20. Jason Peter – Minister for Community Development, Religion and Youth

21. Timothy Masiu – Minister of Information and Communication Technology

22. Jelta Wong – Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources

23. Win Daki – Minister of Defense

24. Esi Henry Leonard – Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture

25. Aiye Tambua – Minister of Agriculture

26. Sekie Agisa – Minister of Livestock

27. Francis Maneke – Minister of Oil Palm

28. Joe Kuli – Coffee Minister

29. Bryan Kramer-Minister of Labor and Immigration

30. Ano Pala – Minister of Mines

31. Simon Kilepa – Minister of Environment, Conservation and Climate Change

32. Minister of Bougainville Affairs – None

Note: No MPs have yet been assigned to this ministry, but will be announced at a later date.

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