- Council of Ministers of Rwanda
The Rwandan Council of Ministers consists of representatives from the Parliament who are appointed by the president.
Members of the Council of Ministers
OFFICE NAME TERM President Paul Kagame March 2000–incumbent Prime Minister Bernard Makuza March 2000–incumbent Minister of Local Government Protais Musoni -incumbent Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources Christophe Bazivamo -incumbent Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Louise Mushikiwabo -incumbent Minister of Internal Security Musa Fazil Harerimana -incumbent Minister of Finance and Economic Planning James Musoni -incumbent Minister of Defense Marcel Gatsinzi -incumbent Minister of Justice and Attorney General Tharcisse Karugarama -incumbent Minister of Health Agnes Binagwaho -incumbent Minister in the Office of the President Solina Nyirahabimana -incumbent Minister of Cabinet Affairs Charles Murigande March 2008-incumbent Minister of Trade and Industry Monique Ntawukuriyayo -incumbent Minister of Education Daphrosa Gahakwa -incumbent Minister in the Office of the President in charge of Science and Technology Romain Murenzi -incumbent Minister of Infrastructure Linda Bihire March 2008-incumbent Minister of Natural Resources Stanislas Kamanzi -incumbent Minister of Sports and Culture Joseph Habineza -incumbent Minister of Youth Protais Mitali -incumbent Minister of Public Service and Labor Anastase Murekezi -incumbent Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister in charge of Information ? Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister in charge of Gender and Family Promotion Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya -incumbent Minister of East African Community Monique Mukaruliza March 2008-incumbent
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