- 2 May 2018 7:23 AM
- Hungary Matters
Gergely Gulyás, Fidesz’s parliamentary group leader, will head the prime minister’s office, and Antal Rogán will keep his job as cabinet chief.
Zsolt Semjén will remain deputy prime minister responsible for Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national minorities.
Sándor Pintér will continue to serve as interior minister, László Trócsányi as justice minister, Péter Szijjártó as minister of foreign affairs and trade, and János Süli as minister without portfolio responsible for the upgrade of the Paks nuclear plant.
Chief-of-Staff Tibor Benkő will become defence minister, and National Oncology Institute head Miklós Kásler will take over from Zoltán Balog as human resources minister.
Mihály Varga, the current economy minister, will carry on as finance minister, and Andrea Bártfai-Mager will become a minister without portfolio in charge of managing national assets.
State secretary István Nagy will take over the farm ministry from Sándor Fazekas.
László Palkovics, formerly the state secretary for higher education, will head a new ministry for higher education and innovation.