Cabinet of Kelssek
The Cabinet of Kelssek is the collective decision-making body which forms the governing executive of Kelssek and is chaired by the Prime Minister. By convention, all members of Cabinet must also be elected members of the House of Commons. Formally, the Cabinet is a committee of the Council of State which is appointed by the President of Kelssek. In practice, ministerial appointments are decided by the Prime Minister.
By convention, Cabinet ministers are bound by norms of confidentiality and solidarity. While vigorous debate may and does take place behind closed doors, a minister is expected to defend government policies in public at all times, and to resign from Cabinet if they are opposed to them or feel unable to do so.
Cabinet ministers are held accountable to the public through the daily question periods in the two houses of Parliament. The Cabinet, by convention, must either resign or seek the dissolution of Parliament and new elections if it loses a vote of confidence in the House of Commons. This may take the form of an explicit motion, a government bill which it has publicly designated as a confidence matter (often a political device to quell dissent within the governing party by forcing backbenchers to vote with the government), or the rejection of a budgetary bill (known formally as the loss of supply).
The Second Cressey Ministry was formed after the 2018 federal election and formally took office on May 30, 2018.
|Anne Marsha Cressey||UCP||Prime Minister|
|Kamal Singh||UCP||Minister of the Interior|
|Rachel Francis||UCP||Minister for Foreign Affairs|
|Hélène Sarazin||UCP||Minister for Economic Affairs|
|Carthaigh Breathnach||UCP||Minister for Defence|
|Arianne Leblond||UCP||Minister for Justice and Attorney-General of Kelssek|
|Peter Dumont||UCP||Minister for Labour|
|Gerard Brière-Joly||UCP||Minister for Culture and Heritage|
|Gordon McIntyre||UCP||Minister for Citizenship and International Migration|
|Pauline Wetherby||UCP||Minister for the Environment|
|Erica Andahlu||UCP||Minister for Agriculture|
|Joanne Gasperini||UCP|| Minister for National Revenue|
President of the Treasury Board Secretariat
|Michelle Ó Murchadha||UCP||Minister for Intergovernmental Relations|
|Laurent Ouellet||UCP||Minister for Public Health|
|Arjun Sohti||UCP||Minister for Science and Technology|
|Simone Pottinger||UCP|| Minister for Fisheries and Oceans|
Minister of State for Tourism
|Aaron Mortensen||UCP||Minister for Infrastructure and Development|
|Sandra Davis||UCP||Minister for Transport|
|Bryn Kevinson||UCP||Minister for Industry and Innovation|