The new Cabinet was sworn-in at The Palace in Valletta on Wednesday evening. There are 14 ministers and 8 Parliamentary Secretaries, including two women and two Gozitans.
Apart from Deputy Prime Minister, former MEP Louis Grech will be EU Minister, the first time such a ministry has been created.
MP George Vella is the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
MP Karmenu Vella is the Minister of Tourism.
MP Evarist Bartolo is the Minister of Education and Employment.
MP Leo Brincat is the Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate Change.
MP Joe Mizzi is the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure.
MP Chris Cardona is Minister for Economy, Investment and small business minister.
MP Anton Refalo is the Minister of Gozo.
MP Helena Dalli is the Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumer affairs and Civil Liberties.
MP Marie Louise Coleiro Preca is Minister for Family and Social solidarity.
MP Emanuel Mallia Minister for Home Affairs and National Security.
MP Edward Scicluna is Finance minister.
MP Konrad Mizzi is Minister for Energy and Conservation of Water.
MP Godfrey Farrugia is Minister of Health.
MP Michael Farrugia is Parliamentary Secretary for Planning and Simplification of Administrative Processes.
MP Ian Borg is Parliamentary Secretary for the EU Presidency 2017, and EU Funds.
MP José Herrera is Parliamentary Secretary for Culture and Local Government.
MP Stefan Buontempo is Parliamentary Secretary for Research, Innovation, Youth and Sport.
MP Roderick Galdes is Parliamentary Secretary for Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Rights.
MP Franco Mercieca is Parliamentary Secretary for Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and Active Ageing.
MP Edward Zammit Lewis is Parliamentary Secretary for Competitiveness and Economic Growth.
MP Owen Bonnici is Parliamentary Secretary for Justice.
After swearing-in the Cabinet with PM Muscat walked from the Palace to Castille and at 8pm the first cabinet meeting was held.
The Cabinet of Malta is the collective decision-making body of the Government of Malta, composed of the Prime Minister and a number of Ministers who are selected by the Prime Minister from the elected members of House of Representatives to head government departments. Parliamentary Secretaries (equivalent to junior ministers) can also be invited to attend cabinet meetings as well as other senior government officials.
Meetings usually occur once a week, on Mondays.