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Central African Republic Council of Ministers

 

Central African Republic Council of Ministers

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
the Central African Republic

The Central African Republic Council of Ministers consists of 31 members appointed by the president.[1]

The Council of Ministers is chaired by the president and is tasked with managing government operations and initiating laws.

Members of the Council of Ministers

OFFICE NAME TERM
President Catherine Samba Panza 2014;incumbent
Ministers of State
Minister of State of Mines, Energy, and Water Resources Sylvain Ndoutingai 2008–incumbent
Minister of State of Economy, Planning, and International Cooperation Florence Limbio[2] 2012–incumbent
Minister of State for Rural Development Jean Eudes Teya 2008–incumbent
Minister of State for Transport and Civil Aviation Parfait Anicet Mbaye 2008–incumbent
Ministers
Minister of Civil Service, Labor, Social Security, and the Professional Integration of Youngsters Gaston Mackouzangba 2008–incumbent
Minister of Communication, Civics, Dialogue, and National Reconciliation Cyriaque Gonda 2008–incumbent
Minister of National Defense, Veterans, War Victims, Disarmament, and Restructuring of the Army François Bozizé[3] 2013–incumbent
Minister of Education and Geographical Opening-up Cyriaque Samba Panza 2008–incumbent
Minister of Family, Social Affairs, and National Solidarity Marie Solange Pagonendji-Ndakala 2008–incumbent
Minister of Finance and Budget Emmanuel Bizon 2008–incumbent
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration, and Francophone Affairs Dieudonne Kombo-Yaya 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of the General Secretariat of the Government and Relations with Parliament Laurent Ngon Baba 2008–incumbent
Minister of the Interior and Public Security Raymond Ndougou 2008–incumbent
Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals Thierry Maleyombo 2008–incumbent
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications in charge of New Technologies Fidele Ngouandjika 2008–incumbent
Minister of Public Health, Population, and AIDS Control Faustin Tenoumbi 2008–incumbent
Minister of Reconstruction of Public Buildings, Town Planning, and Housing Jean Serge Wafio 2008–incumbent
Minister of Tourism Development and Craft Works Bernadette Sayo 2008–incumbent
Minister of Trade, Industry, and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Emilie Béatrice Epaye 2008–incumbent
Minister of Water, Forestry, Hunting, Fishing, and Environment Yvonne Mboissona 2008–incumbent
Minister of Youth, Sports, Arts, and Culture Desire Zanga Kolingba 2008–incumbent
Ministers-Delegate
Minister in charge of Agriculture David Gbanzoukou 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of Energy and Water Resources Jean Christostome Mekondongo 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of the Environment Raymond Adouma 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of International Cooperation Marie Rene Hassene 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of Primary and Secondary Education Ambroise Zawa 2008–incumbent
Minister in charge of the Single Registration Trade Office Aurelien Simplice Zingas 2008–incumbent

Cabinet list is accurate as of February 2008.[4]

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