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The newly-sworn President of the Republic of the Philippines, Pres. Rody Duterte introduced the members of his Cabinet right after his oath-taking and inauguration ceremony at the Rizal Hall of Malacanang Palace on Thursday, June 30, 2016. Pres. Rody Duterte’s cabinet members came in full force to support his administration.

Duterte Cabinet

The Cabine Members under the leadership of Pres. Dutere also took their oath of office on the same day of inauguration of the country’s 16th President.

The 71-year-old President Duterte administered the oath-taking of his Cabinet members following his own inaugural ceremony at Malacanang’s Rizal Hall.

The country’s new president, the very first from Mindanao took his oath of office at exactly 12 p.m. as mandated by the 1987 Constitution.

Here’s the Complete Line-up of Pres. Rody Duterte’s Cabinet:

  • Cabinet Secretary – Leoncio “Jun” Evasco
  • Executive Secretary – Salvador Medialdea
  • Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary – Martin Andanar
  • Presidential Spokesperson – Ernesto Abella
  • National Security Adviser – Hermogenes Esperon Jr.
  • Secretary of Agrarian Reform – Rafael V. Mariano
  • Secretary of Agriculture – Emmanuel “Manny” Piñol
  • Secretary of Budget and Management – Benjamin Diokno
  • Secretary of Education – Leonor Briones
  • Secretary of Energy – Alfonso Cusi
  • Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources – Regina “Gina” Lopez
  • Secretary of Finance – Carlos “Sonny” Dominguez III
  • Secretary of Foreign Affairs – Perfecto R. Yasay, Jr.
  • Secretary of Health – Paulyn Jean Rosell Ubial
  • Secretary of Information and Communications Technology – Rodolfo Salalima
  • Secretary of the Interior and Local Government – Ismael Sueño
  • Secretary of Justice – Vitaliano Aguirre II
  • Secretary of Labor and Employment – Silvestre “Bebot” Bello III
  • Secretary of National Defense – Delfin Lorenzana
  • Secretary of Public Works and Highways – Mark Villar
  • Secretary of Science and Technology – Fortunato de la Peña
  • Secretary of Social Welfare and Development – Judy Taguiwalo
  • Secretary of Tourism – Wanda Corazon Teo
  • Secretary of Trade and Industry – Ramon Lopez
  • Secretary of Transportation and Communications – Arthur Tugade
  • Presidential Assistant for the Visayas – Michael Diño
  • Special Assistant to the President/Presidential Management Staff chief – Christopher “Bong” Go
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  • ging adubal July 2, 2016, 9:33 am

    Change has started. Indeed “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” just like the fear of the members to their chosen President Digong. God will truly bless and grace his anointed ONE…
    CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT RODY! YOUR BRIEF INAUGURAL SPEECH HAS MOVED US WITH SURPRISE! Indeed, the CHANGE has already started in your person. I thank God for you and will continually pray for you…

  • Mina July 17, 2016, 6:17 pm

    Thank u for the sets of cabinet members…a big help for me

  • ELY September 2, 2016, 4:27 pm

    HOW I WISH TO WORK FOR THE ADMINISTRATION, IF GIVEN THE CHANCE I WOULD LIKE TO CONTINUE MY COMMUNITY WORK. AND PERHAPS, WHAT I HAD BEEN ADVOCATING THAT PROJECT BENEFITS SHOULD TRULY FLOW INTO THE TARGET COMMUNITIES AND TRUE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF THE STAKEHOLDERS. i ADMIRE PRESIDENT DUTERTE STRONG DETERMINATION TO START THE RADICAL CHANCE..
    WITH DEEP PRAYERS AND ADMIRATION .. GOD KNOWS BEST FOR PRESIDENT RODY…

  • Evelio Bernal Escleto November 7, 2016, 10:10 am

    How I wish to work for the administration if given the chance.Honorable President I am Evelio Bernal Escleto,a Boholano native who had just retired from DepEd as School-In-Charge(Secondary). I finished my AB,BSE course as self-supporting student (Cum Laude) last 1973.In 1969 I worked as Billing Clerk at Davao Imperial Hotel and attended my college at RMC during night.At the Imperial Hotel.Sir Jess Dureza is very familiar to me because he was with a certain Mercy at the lobby registering the Rotarians every Wednesday where the Civic Organization had their meeting. Last 1994 when I was studying at UP,Diliman as government scholar in MA Educational Administration, I happened to take the POLO (Philippine Overseas Labor Officer Examinations) which I successfully p(removed)ed as one of the top finishers. I tried to follow-up my application at DOLE for the succeeding years but I was only told that all vacancies are filled up. I still gathered the letters of the DOLE sent to me. At present I’m connected with a private school in Cagayan de Oro working as Guidance Counselor because my monthly pension of ten thousand pesos is not enough for my family’s needs.
    Sir, if given a chance ,can I apply for a job at any government agencies related to the POLO exams that I p(removed)ed, even in local department here in Cagayan de Oro such as DOLE, DFA, or NEDA? By the way Sir, I am one of the 1st batch of Ford Fellows last 2003. I studied at Xavier University (lst yr) and at the Institute of Social Studies,The Hague, The Netherlands (2nd year) I had 7 Outstanding Teacher Awards when I was still connected with DepEd. I don’t know Sir where to submit my application.
    Hoping that this will merit your kind approval and favorable consideration, I am

  • Evelio Bernal Escleto November 7, 2016, 10:10 am

    How I wish to work for the administration if given the chance.Honorable President I am Evelio Bernal Escleto,a Boholano native who had just retired from DepEd as School-In-Charge(Secondary). I finished my AB,BSE course as self-supporting student (Cum Laude) last 1973.In 1969 I worked as Billing Clerk at Davao Imperial Hotel and attended my college at RMC during night.At the Imperial Hotel.Sir Jess Dureza is very familiar to me because he was with a certain Mercy at the lobby registering the Rotarians every Wednesday where the Civic Organization had their meeting. Last 1994 when I was studying at UP,Diliman as government scholar in MA Educational Administration, I happened to take the POLO (Philippine Overseas Labor Officer Examinations) which I successfully p(removed)ed as one of the top finishers. I tried to follow-up my application at DOLE for the succeeding years but I was only told that all vacancies are filled up. I still gathered the letters of the DOLE sent to me. At present I’m connected with a private school in Cagayan de Oro working as Guidance Counselor because my monthly pension of ten thousand pesos is not enough for my family’s needs.
    Sir, if given a chance ,can I apply for a job at any government agencies related to the POLO exams that I p(removed)ed, even in local department here in Cagayan de Oro such as DOLE, DFA, or NEDA? By the way Sir, I am one of the 1st batch of Ford Fellows last 2003. I studied at Xavier University (lst yr) and at the Institute of Social Studies,The Hague, The Netherlands (2nd year) I had 7 Outstanding Teacher Awards when I was still connected with DepEd. I don’t know Sir where to submit my application.
    Hoping that this will merit your kind approval and favorable consideration, I am

  • ramir February 28, 2017, 7:42 am

    Thanks 😀

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