Second Farhaz Hazarika ministry

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Second Hazarika ministry
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25th Ministry of the State of Vishwamitra
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Portrait of Farhaz Hazarika
Date formed22 November 2021
Date dissolved12 May 2022
People and organisations
Head of stateDhrubajyoti Roy
Head of governmentFarhaz Hazarika
Deputy head of governmentPrincess Anoushkaa
No. of ministers10
Member parties
Status in legislatureSupermajority
History
Election(s)On or before November 2022
Outgoing electionNovember 2021
Legislature term(s)14th
PredecessorPhillip Joseph Pillin ministry
SuccessorThird Farhaz Hazarika ministry

The Second Farhaz Hazarika ministry is the 25th and current Council of Ministers of the State of Vishwamitra headed by Prime Minister of Vishwamitra Farhaz Hazarika. The ministry was formed on 22 November 2021 following the November 2021 general election which resulted in the National People's Congress winning majority of the seats.

Background

General elections were held in Vishwamitra on 14 November and 20 November 2021 in two phases, initially planned for three phases. The all-time dominant National People's Congress contested from 19 of the 20 constituencies of the House of the People and was able to win unopposed from 15 constituencies. Elections were held in Basistha Rural constituency of Basistha on 14 November, and to Dhirenpara constituency of Madhya Prant, and National List and Chandril constituencies of Kamrupa on 20 November 2021. The results were declared the next day on 21 November. Out of the four contested constituencies, the National People's Congress won two seats being the Basistha Rural and Chandril constituencies. While the newly formed Green Socialist Party won the rest two seats, being the Dhirenpara and National List constituencies. In Dhirenpara, the GSP candidate Su Yi-An defeated former Union Minister Abayat Ibtiyaz who earlier served as the Member of Parliament from Rashtra Niwas.

Following the Green Socialist Party winning from two seats of the Parliament, its leader David Brooke was recognized as the Leader of the Opposition. On 22 November 2021, Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy approved the constitution of the 14th Parliament and later in the day, appointed Farhaz Hazarika as the Prime Minister for the second time.

Composition

The Second Hazarika ministry comprises of ten ministers including Prime Minister Farhaz Hazarika. Former Prime Minister Princess Anoushkaa who served as Senior Minister in the Hazarika I government was named as the Deputy Prime Minister, while Michal Nowacki was named as Senior Minister. Cabinet ministers in Hazarika I government, Ned Vodă, Charles Burgardt and Rory McPhail retained their positions while Jayden Dagsa was promoted as a Cabinet Minister. Three first-time MPs, former Chief of Defence Staff Arturo Lara, Privy Councillor Tyler Mullins and Grand Chamberlain W. Pranit Singh were inducted as Ministers of State. Cabinet Minister Charles Burgardt was elected for the parliament for the first time as well.

Prominent among those who were not inducted into the ministry were former Acting Prime Minister Prince Abhiraj, long-time minister and royal Princess Bishakha, former ministers Arnab Deka, Matthew Xia, Ezri Ambriz and Abayat Ibtiyaz. Ibtiyaz also became the only former minister to be defeated by an opposition candidate.

On 22 December 2021, Culture & Information and Broadcasting Minister Jayden Dagsa resigned from the cabinet and his portfolios were temporarily transferred to Senior Minister Michal Nowacki. The first reshuffle of the council of ministers took place on 3 January 2022 with the induction of Thomas Bainbridge.

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister and also in-charge of:
Ministry of Cabinet Affairs;
Ministry of States and Territorial Affairs;
Ministry of Religious and Minority Affairs; and
All important policy issues; and
All other portfolios not allocated to any Minister.
 The Duke of Pragjyotisha22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Deputy Prime Ministers Princess Anoushkaa22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
 The Duke of Stettin31 January 2022Incumbent NPC
Senior Minister The Duke of Stettin22 November 202131 January 2022 NPC
Minister of Home Affairs
Minister of Royal Palace Affairs
 Princess Anoushkaa22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Minister of Defence The Duke of Stettin22 November 202115 January 2022 NPC
 The Count of Griffith15 January 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of External Affairs The Count of Griffith22 November 202115 January 2022 NPC
 The Duke of Stettin15 January 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs The Count of Griffith22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Minister of National Development The Lord Vodă22 November 202131 January 2022 NPC
 The Count of Suffolk31 January 20229 February 2022 NPC
 The Count of Mullins9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of Planning and Policy Implementation The Lord Vodă22 November 20213 January 2022 NPC
Minister of Statistics The Lord Vodă3 January 202231 January 2022 NPC
 The Duke of Stettin31 January 20229 February 2022 NPC
 The Count of Griffith9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of Finance
Minister of Law and Justice
 The Count of Suffolk22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Minister of Culture
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
 The Duke of Karad22 November 202122 December 2021 NPC
 The Duke of Stettin22 December 20213 January 2022 NPC
 The Lord Bainbridge3 January 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister-in-charge of Crystal Jubilee Celebration Year The Duke of Stettin3 January 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms The Count of Suffolk9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of Education The Count of Mullins9 February 2022Incumbent NPC

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Health, Hygiene and the Swachhta Mission The Count of Granville22 November 20213 January 2022 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms The Count of Granville3 January 20229 February 2022 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Nature, Health, and Swachhta Mission The Count of Granville3 January 20229 February 2022 NPC
 W. Pranit Singh9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Education The Count of Mullins22 November 20219 February 2022 NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Science, Technology, and Innovation The Count of Mullins22 November 20219 February 2022 NPC
 Kevin Doan9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime Minister’s Office W. Pranit Singh22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Sports and Youth Affairs W. Pranit Singh22 November 20219 February 2022 NPC
 Rey Jr. Mancio9 February 2022Incumbent NPC

Ministers of State

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Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State in the Ministry of Defence The Count of Granville22 November 20219 February 2022 NPC
 Kevin Doan9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Culture The Count of Granville3 January 20229 February 2022 NPC
 Rey Jr. Mancio9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs The Count of Mullins22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
 Rey Jr. Mancio9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs W. Pranit Singh22 November 2021Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs Kevin Doan9 February 2022Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting The Count of Mullins3 January 20229 February 2022 NPC