Here’s the line-up of PM Orbán’s fifth government

Prime Minister Orbán held consultations on the formation of a government and reached an agreement with the ministers on their joint work for the next four years, Bertalan Havasi, head of the Prime Minister's Press Office, told MTI on Friday.

The PM’s press chief recalled that, according to PM Orbán, we are facing a decade of dangers, as there is war, there are rising prices across Europe, there are signs of a serious European energy crisis, and EU economies are facing hardships.

PM Orbán has therefore selected the members of his new government with the aim of finding the best solutions for the challenges Hungary will face over the next four years.

Here’s the list of ministers and portfolios:

  • Zsolt Semjén as Deputy Prime Minister; he will also be responsible for national policy, church affairs and nationalities
  • István Nagy as Minister of Agriculture
  • Sándor Pintér as Minister of Interior
  • János Lázár will lead the new Construction and Investment Ministry
  • Kristóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky will replace Tibor Benkő as Minister of Defense
  • Judit Varga as Minister of Justice
  • János Csák as Minister of Culture and Innovation
  • Péter Szijjártó is set to remain in his position as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Antal Rogán as Minister heading the Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister
  • Gergely Gulyás as Minister heading the Prime Minister’s Office
  • Mihály Varga as Minister of Finance
  • László Palkovics as Minister of Technology and Industry
  • Márton Nagy will lead the new Ministry of Economic Development
  • Tibor Navracsics as Minister of Regional Development and Utilization of EU Funds