List of the 17 ministers of the XXIV Constitutional Government led by Social Democrat Luís Montenegro


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The President of the Republic today accepted the list of 17 ministers proposed by the Prime Minister-designate, Luís Montenegro, for the XXIV Constitutional Government.

The swearing-in of the ministers of the XXIV Constitutional Government is scheduled for Tuesday and that of the secretaries of state for two days later.

The list of names proposed by Luís Montenegro for ministers in the XXIV Constitutional Government is as follows:

Prime Minister

Luís Montenegro

Minister of State and Foreign Affairs

Paulo Rangel

Minister of State and Finance

Joaquim Miranda Sarmento

Minister of the Presidency

António Leitão Amaro

Minister of State and Territorial Cohesion

Manuel Castro Alemida

Minister for Parliamentary Affairs

Pedro Duarte

Minister of National Defense

Nuno Melo

Minister of Justice

Rita Júdice

Minister of Internal Affairs

Margarida Blasco

Minister of Education, Science and Innovation

Fernando Alexandre

Minister of Health

Ana Paula Martins

Minister of Infrastructure and Housing

Miguel Pinto Luz

Minister of Economy

Pedro Reis

Minister of Labor, Solidarity and Social Security

Maria do Rosário Palma Ramalho

Minister for the Environment and Energy

Maria da Graça Carvalho

Minister of Youth and Modernization

Margarida Balseiro Lopes

Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries

José Manuel Fernandes

Minister of Culture

Dalila Rodrigues

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