Najib Razak / Umno & Barisan Nasional

Malaysian Cabinet 2013

Congratulations to the members of the new cabinet. Obviously only the PM has the wisdom and prerogative to select this particular group of people to be in his team.

He subscribed it as a balanced cabinet of the experienced, the technocrats and the youth which is able to continue the transformation agenda.

Hopefully, all members in the cabinet will do what is right for the rakyat, and not for selfish reasons. In cabinet meetings, please discuss and debate thoroughly on policies and projects, for the sake of our nation. Please discard the ‘you scratch my back, I scratch your back’ attitude during project proposal meetings. If the cost is exorbitant and you know there is an overestimation of prices, please voice up without fear or favour.

All the best. We will be watching.

Cabinet list 2013

Prime Minister :  Datuk Seri Najib Razak (UMNO)Deputy Prime Minister :  Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (UMNO)

Prime Minister’s Department:

1.     Datuk Jamil Khir Baharom (UMNO)
2.     Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid Omar (Senator)
3.     Datuk Seri Idris Jala (senator)
4.     Joseph Kurup (PBRS)
5.     Shahidan KAssim (UMNO)
6.     Nancy Shukri (PBB)
7.     Paul Low Seng Kwan (senator)
8.     Joseph Entulu Belaun (PRS)Deputy Ministers:

1.     Datuk Razali Ibrahim (UMNO)

2.     Waytha Moorthy Ponnusamy (Senator)

Ministry of Finance
1.     Minister of Finance 1: Datuk Seri Najib Razak (UMNO)
2.     Minister of Finance 2: Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah (UMNO)Deputy Minister of Finance
3.     Datuk Ahmad Maslan (UMNO)

Ministry of Transport
1.     Minister: (Acting – post being held open pending MCA decision) Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Ab Aziz Kaprawi (UMNO)

Ministry of Defence
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri (UMNO)

Ministry of Home Affairs
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (PBB)

Ministry of Education & Higher Learning
1.     Minister 1: Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin (UMNO)
2.     Minister 2: Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh (UMNO
3.     Deputy Minister 1: Mary Yap Kain Ching (PBS)
4.     Deputy Minister 2: P. Kamalanathan (MIC)

Ministry of Works
1.     Minister: Datuk Fadillah Yusof (PBB)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin (UMNO)

Ministry of International Trade & Industry
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Hamim Samuri (UMNO)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Anifah Aman (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Hamzah Zainuddin

Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism
1.     Minister: Datuk Hasan Malek (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Ahmad Bashah Mohamad Hanipah (Senator)

Ministry of Communication & Multimedia
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Jailani Johari (UMNO)

Ministry of Human Resources
1.     Minister: Datuk Richard Riot Jaem (SUPP)
2.     Deputy Minister: Ismail Abdul Muttalib (UMNO)

Ministry of Rural & Regional Development
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Alexander Nanta Linggi (PBB)

Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing & Local Government
1.     Minister: Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Halimah Mohamad Saddique (UMNO)

Ministry of Youth & Sport
1.     Minister: Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: M. Saravanan (MIC)

Ministry of Health
1.     Minister: Datuk Dr S. Subramaniam (MIC)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Hilmi Yahaya (UMNO)

Ministry of the Federal Territories
1.     Minister: Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: J. Loga Bala Mohan (Senator)

The Ministry of Plantation Industries & Commodities
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah Embas (PBB)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Noriah Kasnon (UMNO)

Ministry of Energy, Green Technology & Water
1.     Minister: Datuk Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili (PBS)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Mahdzir Khalid (UMNO)

Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (UMNO)

Ministry of Tourism & Culture
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz (UMNO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum (PRS)

Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
1.     Minister: Ewon Ebin (UPKO)
2.     Deputy Minister: Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah (UMNO)

Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment
1.     Minister: Datuk Seri G. Palanivel (MIC)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit (PBB)

Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development
1.     Minister: Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim (PBB)
2.     Deputy Minister: Datuk Azizah Mohamad Dun (UMNO)

Ministers: 30
Deputy Ministers: 27
Total: 57
Total ministries: 24
Senators reappointed:  1
New Senators: 5

Backbenchers: 82


19 thoughts on “Malaysian Cabinet 2013

  1. A sigh of relief to see our brothers and sisters join us in peninsula. I hope in the next PRU BN will be stronger. Thank you Dato..


    • I fully support BN! It is a shame that the Malay Tsunami voted by walking away from UMNO BN which has served Malaya for 55 years and brought real changes and democracy to the country.

      I call on all patriots to bring lay wreath to the Merdeka Square to mourn our party’s loss of support and wear black arm bands.

      Hidup UMNO!


  2. no need to hold the transport ministry for mca since they are not intrested.
    appoint YB Wee Choo Keong to this post


    • Yah but we never subsidise any Cina.. how can they get subsidies don’t get any right to study in our unis or colleges!

      And don’t believe what the commies say about Cina pay 80% of taxes to support bumiputras..

      We are now richer than they are and own all the GLC’s. Even our beloved Dr. Mahathir has many family GLCs which get billion dollar contracts from Petronas. He is now so rich that they say he has $44 billion in some S;pore bank.

      Also we should congratulate him for building the Petronas Tower which is a proud symbol of how our 2 eastern states have contributed to the development of our mainland. We should rename them Sabah and Sarawak Towers to symbolise Malaysian progress.


  3. I think this is a dangerous move. Why are there no Ministers from MCA? The racial imbalance will prolong and get exacerbated. BN should try to win back the Chinese vote for the next elections, not continue to divide the racial group.

    I wonder how things will turn out.



    • The Cabinet is only about a few days old, you are talking about dangerous. Its what the chinese want and let us move on…

      If the Malay/Bumiputra, they cannot survive without the chinese, surely they have voted for them in the last PRU.

      The majority has spoken so be it…

      Like a BN leader in Serawak had said on TV news, if the losers are rewarded, what is the use of having PRU?

      I totally agree with him…


  4. Merely for the fun of it, let’s imagine that there is a cabinet in this Blogosphere. This is my choice of the Blogosphere Cabinet (which are pro-BN of course):

    Prime Minister : Jebat Must Die @
    Deputy Prime Minister : KijangMasDN @
    Minister of Finance : Hisham H @
    Ministers of Prime Minister Department:
    – Rocky Bru @
    – Shen Yee Aun @
    – Gopal Raj Kumar @
    – Hantu Laut @
    – Barking Magpie @
    Minister of Home Affairs : SatD @
    Minister of Defence : SeaDemon @
    Minister of Education & Higher Learning : OutSyedTheBox @
    Minister of Education & Higher Learning II :Din Turtle @
    Minister of International Trade & Industry : Chewal @
    Minister of Foreign Affairs : A Kadir Jasin @
    Minister of Communication & Multimedia : Halen Ang @
    Minister of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism : Big Dog @
    Minister of Health : Dr Novandri @
    Minister Transport : Tony Yew @
    Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation : Kickdefella @
    Minister of Works : Dave Avran @
    Minister of Human Resources : Apanama @
    Minister of Rural & Regional Development : Nobisha @
    Minister of Urban Wellbeing, Housing & Local Government : A Voice @
    Minister of Youth & Sport : Ismail N @
    Minister of the Federal Territories : Wee Choo Keong @
    The Minister of Plantation Industries & Commodities : Audie61 @
    Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water : Roger Tan @
    Minister of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry : RBF @
    Minister of Tourism & Culture : Zamkata @
    Minister of Natural Resources & Environment : Freedie Kevin @
    Minister of Women, Family and Community Development : Nuraina A Samad @

    Now, do you concur or care to share other suggestions?


    • LOL!!

      Dear Ismail.. I will only last a few minutes as the PM. Purely because I will immediately tender my resignation, receive a Tun-ship and then retire happily with a meagre pension and watch with glee KijangMas run this country.. :p


      • Pls don’t forget to ensure your wife also gets a Tunship – starting from Tun Dol, PM’s wife doesn’t have to berbakti with BAKTI etc to get a Tunship!


  5. When you got black, you won’t look back according to hindraf
    You turn brown when you are down
    Bring back ppsmi or english medium schools and u kill 3 birds with a stone. Enrollment in Chinese will drop, everyone will go to sekolah kebangsaan and you win back urban voters. But looking at the appointed education minister, he will probably do the exact opposite.


    • Tempawan, didn’t you notice that Michael Jackson changed his colour to even white? Now so many others want to have a lighter skin colour – look at Serena Williams the tennis ace, much lighter than black now.

      Since you say people turn brown when down, how about you – from yellow to colourless?

      The single-stream schooling will come into being some day, otherwise there’ll be no unity in the country and Malaysia might even be a failed state.

      DS Najib has said in his 1Malaysia blog that “single stream schooling will be implemented when the rakyat wants it.” The time will come when a referendum will be done to show that the rakyat wants it and implementation will be done on the basis of that.


      • There is unity in the pubs. You get malays, indian and chinese enjoying each others company. That is why pubs are banned in bangi and shah alam, because it is a threat to national unity and some people just refuse to embrace diversity.


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