V Constitutional Government of East Timor

The V Constitutional Government (Portuguese: V Governo Constitucional, Tetum: V Governu Konstitusionál) was the fifth Constitutional Government (administration or cabinet) under the Constitution of East Timor. Formed on 8 August 2012,[1] it was led by the country’s fifth Prime Minister, Xanana Gusmão,[1] and was replaced by the VI Constitutional Government on 16 February 2015.[2]

V Constitutional Government

V Constitutional Government of East Timor

Date formed 8 August 2012 (2012-08-08)
Date dissolved 16 February 2015 (2015-02-16)
People and organisations
President Taur Matan Ruak
Prime Minister Xanana Gusmão
No. of ministers
  • 1 Prime Minister
  • 15 other Ministers
  • 12 Vice Ministers
  • 26 Secretaries of State
Member parties CNRTPDFM
Status in legislature Majority

40 / 65(62%)

History
Election(s) 2012
Predecessor IV Constitutional Government
Successor VI Constitutional Government

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The government was made up of Ministers, Vice Ministers and Secretaries of State, as follows:[3]

Party Minister Portrait Portfolio
CNRT Xanana Gusmão
PD Fernando La Sama de Araújo
  • Vice Prime Minister and Coordinator of Social Affairs
CNRT Ágio Pereira
  • Minister of State and of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers
FM José Luís Guterres
  • Minister of State and of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
Independent Emília Pires
  • Minister of Finance
CNRT Dionísio Babo Soares
  • Minister of Justice
CNRT Sérgio Lobo [de]
  • Minister of Health
CNRT Bendito Freitas [de]
  • Minister of Education
FM Jorge Teme
  • Minister of State Administration
PD António da Conceição
  • Minister of Commerce, Industry and Environment
Isabel Guterres [de]
  • Minister of Social Solidarity
PD Gastão Francisco de Sousa [de]
  • Minister of Public Works
Independent Pedro Lay [de]
  • Minister of Transport and Communications
PD Mariano Assanami Sabino
  • Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries
CNRT Francisco Kalbuadi Lay [de]
  • Minister of Tourism
CNRT Alfredo Pires
  • Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources

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