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The full list of the transitional government named on 30 June in the Democratic Republic of the Congo:

President: Joseph KABILA

Vice-Presidents:

Jean-Pierre BEMBA (MLC)
Abdoulaye YERODIA NDOMBASI (former Govt)
Arthur Z'AHIDI NGOMA (Political Opposition)
Azarias RUBERWA (RCD-Goma)

Ministers:

1. Interior, Decentralisation & Security: Theophile MBEMBA FUNDU (former Govt)
2. Foreign Affairs & International Cooperation: Antoine GHONDA MANGALIBI (MLC)
3. Regional Cooperation: MBUSA NYAMWISI (RCD-ML)
4. Defence, Demobilisation and War Veterans: Jean-Pierre ONDEKANE (RCD-Goma)
5. Family & Womens Affairs: Faida MWANGILA (RCD-Goma)
6. Justice: KISIMBA NGOY (Political opposition (Political Opposition)
7. Human Rights: Marie-Madeleine KALALA (Civil society)
8. Press & Information: Vital KAMERHE (former Govt)
9. Planning: Alexis THAMBWE MWAMBA (MLC)
10. Budget: Francois MUAMBA TSHISHIMBI (RCD-Goma)
11. Finance: Mutombo KIAMAKOSA (former Govt)
12. Economy: Celestin MVUNABALI (RCD-Goma)
13. Industry, Small & Medium Enterprises: Pierre Andre FUTA (former Govt)
14. Mines: Eugene Diomi DONGALA (Political Opposition)
15. Energy: Kalema LUSONA (former Govt)
16. External Trade: Roger LUMBALA (RCD-N)
17. Parastatals: Joseph MUDUMBI (RCD-Goma)
18. Civil Service: Bernard Gustave TABEZI (Civil Society)
19. Agriculture: Justin KANGUNDU (MLC)
20. Rural Development: Pardonne KALIBA MUNANGA (Mayi-Mayi)
21. Posts & Telecommunications: Gertrude KITEMBO (RCD-Goma)
22. Scientific Research: Gerard KAMANDA Wa KAMANDA (Political Opposition)
23. Public Works & Infrastructure: Jose ENDUNDO BONONGE (MLC)
24. Transport: Joseph OLENGHANKOY (Political Opposition)
25. Environment: Anselme ENERUNGA (Mayi-Mayi)
26. Tourism: Roger NIMY (RCD-N)
27. Land Affairs: Venant TSHIPASA (Political Opposition)
28. Health: YAGI SITOLO (former Govt)
29. University & Higher Education: Emile NGOY KASONGO (RCD-Goma)
30. Primary, Secondary & Professional Education: Elysee MUNEMBWE 31. Labour & Social Security: Theo BARUTI (RCD-Goma)
32. Social Affairs: Ingele IFOTO (Political Opposition)
33. Youth & Sport: Omer EGBAKE (MLC)
34. Humanitarian Affairs & Solidarity: NZUZI Wa MBOMBO (Political Opposition)
35. Culture: (unmanned - former Govt)

The posts were shared among:
Former Government
Political Opposition
Civil Society
The Rassemblement Congolais pour la democratie (RCD-Goma)
The Rassemblement Congolais pour la democratie-Nationale (RCD-N)
The Rassemblement Congolais pour la democratie-Mouvement de liberation(RCD-ML)
The Mouvement de liberation du Congo (MLC)
The Mayi-Mayi


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