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The Cabinet of the Dominican Republic
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The Cabinet of the Dominican Republic is chosen by the President of the Republic and can be removed by the president at any time.

Members of Executive Council
Post Member
President Danilo Medina Sanchez
Vice President Margarita Cedeno De Fernandez
Minister of Agriculture Luis Ramon Rodriguez
Minister of the Armed Forces Sigfrido Aramis Pared Perez
Minister of Culture Jose Antonio Rodriguez
Minister of Economy, Planning, & Development Juan Temistocles Montas Dominguez
Minister of Education Josefina Pimentel
Minister of the Environment & Natural Resources Bautista Rojas Gomez
Minister of Finance Simon Lizardo Mezquita
Minister of Foreign Relations Carlos Morales Troncoso
Minister of Higher Education, Science, & Technology Ligia Amada Melo Viuda Cardona
Minister of Industry & Commerce Jose Del Castillo Savinon
Minister of Interior & Police Jose Ramon Fadul
Minister of Labor Maritza Hernandez
Minister of the Presidency Gustavo Montalvo
Minister of Public Administration Ramon Ventura Camejo
Minister of Public Health & Social Welfare Freddy Hidalgo
Minister of Public Works & Communications Gonzalo Castillo
Minister of Sports Jaime David Fernandez Mirabal
Minister of Tourism Francisco Javier Garcia Fernandez
Minister of Women Alejandrina German
Minister of Youth Jorge Minaya
Minister Without Portfolio for Citizen Security Franklin Almeyda
Minister Without Portfolio for Economic Development Antonio Isa Conde
Minister Without Portfolio for Regional Integration Policy Miguel Mejia, Dr.
Admin. Secretary of the Presidency Jose Ramon Peralta
Attorney General Francisco Dominguez Brito
As at 24 September 2012
source: http://www.dominicanrepublicpage.com/Government_Information.html
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