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The Cabinet of Haiti
Parliament | Chamber of Deputies (La Chambre des Députés) | Senate (Le Sénat) | Cabinet

The Cabinet of the Haiti is chosen by the President of the Republic and can be removed by the President at any time.

Members of the Cabinet
Post Member
President Michel Martelly
Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe
Minister of Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Rural Development Thomas Jacques
Minister of Commerce & Industry Wilson Laleau
Minister of Communication Josette Darguste
Minister of Culture Josette Darguste
Minister of the Economy & Finance Wilson Laleau
Minister of Environment Jean Francois Thomas
Minister of Foreign Affairs & Worship Pierre-Richard Casimir
Minister of Haitians Living Abroad Bernice Fidelia
Minister of Interior & Territorial Collectivities David Bazile
Minister of Justice & Public Security Jean Renel Sanon
Minister of National Defense Jean Rodolphe Joazile
Minister of National Education & Professional Training Vanneur Pierre
Minister of Planning & External Cooperation Laurent Lamothe
Minister of Public Health & Population Florence Duperval Guillaume
Minister of Public Works, Transport, & Energy Jacques Rousseau
Minister of Social Affairs & Labor Charles Jean-Jacques
Minister of Tourism Stephanie Balmir Villedrouin
Minister of Women's Affairs & Rights Yanick Mezil
Minister of Youth, Sports, & Civic Action Magalie Racine
Minister Del. to the Prime Minister in Charge of Promoting the Peasantry Marie Mimose Felix
Minister Del. to the Prime Minister in Charge of Relations With Parliament Ralph Ricardo Theano
Minister Del. to the Prime Minister for Human Rights & the Fight Against Extreme Poverty Marie Carmelle Rose Anne Auguste
As at 12 April 2013
source: http://www.parlementhaitien.ht/
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