First Farhaz Hazarika ministry

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First Hazarika ministry
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23rd Ministry of the State of Vishwamitra
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Portrait of Farhaz Hazarika
Date formed11 September 2021 (2021-09-11)
Date dissolved21 October 2021 (2021-10-21)
People and organisations
Head of stateDhrubajyoti Roy
Head of governmentFarhaz Hazarika
Deputy head of governmentMichal Nowacki
No. of ministers11
Member parties
Status in legislatureSupermajority
Opposition partyRoyalist Party of Vishwamitra
Opposition leaderDavid Augustus
History
PredecessorSecond Stefan Snagoveanu ministry
SuccessorPhillip Joseph Pillin ministry

The First Farhaz Hazarika ministry was the 23rd Council of Ministers of the State of Vishwamitra headed by Prime Minister of Vishwamitra Farhaz Hazarika that was formed on 11 September 2021, two days after the resignation of Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu. The swearing-in-ceremony of the members of the council of ministers was held on 11 September 2021 in a virtual ceremony. The council of ministers was dissolved on 21 October 2021, a month before the November general election.

History

Farhaz Hazarika was appointed as Prime Minister on 10 September 2021 to succeed his predecessor Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, who tendered his resignation on 9 September after being appointed as Rajyapal of Basistha.

Composition

The ministry composed of the Prime Minister Farhaz Hazarika, Deputy Prime Minister Michal Nowacki, Senior Minister Princess Anoushkaa, four Cabinet Ministers and four Ministers of State. The Cabinet Ministers include Princess Bishakha, Ned Vodă, Rory McPhail, and Charles Burgardt; while the Ministers of State include Matthew Xia, Ezri Ambriz, Abayat Ibtiyaz, and Jayden Dagsa.

Prime Minister Farhaz Hazarika retained almost all ministers of the outgoing government. Prince Abhiraj who served as Senior Minister in the outgoing ministry was dropped, while Charles Burgardt is the only new minister to the inducted. Rory McPhail who served as a minister of state (independent charge) in the outgoing government was promoted as a cabinet minister while, Matthew Xia was appointed as a minister of state.

Cabinet ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Minister of Home Affairs
Department of States and Territorial Administration
Department of Elections
And also in-charge of all other important portfolios and policy issues not allocated to any other minister.
Farhaz Hazarika 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Defence
Minister of Cabinet Affairs
Michal Nowacki 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Senior Minister
Minister of National Development
Minister of Religious and Minority Affairs
Princess Anoushkaa 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of the Royal Household
Minister of Environment and Natural Resources
Princess Bishakha 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of External Affairs
Minister of Planning, Personnel and Public Grievances
Ned Vodă 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs
Rory McPhail 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of Finance
Minister of Law and Justice
Charles Burgardt 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC

Ministers of state

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science, Technology, and Innovation
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Education
Matthew Xia 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Health, Hygiene and the Swachhta Mission
Minister of State in the Ministry of Defence
Ezri Ambriz 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime Minister’s Office
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs
Minister of State in the Ministry of Religious and Minority Affairs
Abayat Ibtiyaz 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Information and Broadcasting
Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs
Jayden Dagsa 11 September 2021 21 October 2021 NPC

See also