John Key names new Cabinet

John Key
John Key
Prime Minister John Key today named the following ministerial roles.

1. John Key - Prime Minister, Minister of Tourism, Minister Responsible for Ministerial Services, Minister in Charge of the NZ Security Intelligence Service

2. Bill English - Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance

3. Gerry Brownlee - Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery, Minister of Transport, Leader of the House, Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission

4. Steven Joyce - Minister for Economic Development, Minister of Science and Innovation, Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment, Associate Minister of Finance

5. Judith Collins - Minister of Justice, Minister for ACC, Minister for Ethnic Affairs

6. Tony Ryall - Minister of Health, Minister for State Owned Enterprises

7. Hekia Parata - Minister of Education, Minister of Pacific Island Affairs

8. Christopher Finlayson, Attorney-General, Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, Associate Minister of Maori Affairs

9. Paula Bennett - Minister for Social Development, Minister of Youth Affairs

10. Dr Nick Smith - Minister for the Environment, Minister for Climate Change Issues, Minister of Local Government

11. David Carter - Minister for Primary Industries

12. Murray McCully - Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister for Sport and Recreation

13. Anne Tolley - Minister of Police, Minister of Corrections, Deputy Leader of the House

14. Dr Jonathan Coleman - Minister of Defence, Minister of State Services, Associate Minister of Finance

15. Tim Groser - Minister of Trade, Minister Responsible for International Climate Change Negotiations, Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs

16. Phil Heatley - Minister of Energy and Resources, Minister of Housing

17. Kate Wilkinson - Minister of Conservation, Minister of Labour, Minister for Food Safety, Associate Minister of Immigration

18. Nathan Guy - Minister of Immigration, Minister for Racing, Minister of Veterans' Affairs, Associate Minister for Primary Industries

19. Craig Foss - Minister of Commerce, Minister of Broadcasting, Associate Minister for ACC, Associate Minister of Education

20. Amy Adams - Minister of Internal Affairs, Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Associate Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery

Outside Cabinet:

21.Maurice Williamson - Minister for Building and Construction, Minister of Customs, Minister for Land Information, Minister of Statistics

22. Chris Tremain - Minister of Civil Defence, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Associate Minister of Tourism, Associate Minister of Transport

23. Jo Goodhew - Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector, Minister for Senior Citizens, Minister of Women's Affairs, Associate Minister of Health

24. Chester Borrows - Minister of Courts, Associate Minister of Justice, Associate Minister of Social Development

Support party ministers:

United Future leader Peter Dunne - Minister of Revenue, Associate Minister of Conservation, Associate Minister of Health

Act Parliamentary leader John Banks - Minister for Regulatory Reform, Minister for Small Business, Associate Minister of Commerce, Associate Minister of Education

Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples - Minister of Maori Affairs, Associate Minister of Corrections, Associate Minister of Education

Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia - Minister for Whanau Ora, Minister for Disability Issues, Associate Minister of Health, Associate Minister of Housing,Associate Minister for Social Development, Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment

 

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