Here Are The List of Ismail Sabri New Cabinet Reshuffle Line Up

The Cabinet line-up will continue to have four senior ministers, but with no Deputy Prime Minister.

The senior ministers are Datuk Seri Azmin Ali (International Trade and Industry), Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein (Defence), Datuk Seri Fadilah Yusof (Works), Datuk Seri Radzi Jidin (Education).

“The government will ensure that the new Cabinet line-up is committed to realising the national agenda through inter-party cooperation to drive the nation’s economic recovery”

He added that the formation of the Cabinet was a re-formulation based on the current situation in order to maintain stability and uphold the interests of the “Malaysian Family”.

Other key appointments in the new Cabinet include Najib Razak , Tajuddin Abdul Rahman , Nazri Aziz And Ahmad Maslan.


Senior Minister – Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Lim Ban Hong (MCA)

Senior Minister – Ministry of Defence
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Seri Ikhmal Hisham bin Abdul Aziz (Umno)

Ministry of Finance
Minister – Ahmad Maslan ( UMNO )
Deputy Minister I – YB Mohd Shahar Abdullah (Umno)
Deputy Minister II – YB Tuan Haji Yamani Hafez Musa (Bersatu)

Senior Minister – Minister of Works
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Haji Fadillah Yusof (GPS)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Arthur Joseph Kurup (PBRS)

Senior Minister – Minister of Education
Minister – YB Senator Datuk Dr. Mohd Radzi Md Jidin (Senator – Bersatu)
Deputy Minister I – YB Senator Dato’ Dr Mah Hang Soon (Senator)
Deputy Minister II – YB Datuk Mohamad Alamin (Umno)

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department (Economy)
Minister – Najib Razak ( UMNO )
Deputy Minister – YB Eddin Syazlee Shith (Bersatu)

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department (Special Functions)
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Mastura Tan Sri Dato’ Mohd Yazid (Umno)

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department (Parliament and Law)
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Dr Haji Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar (GPS)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Wira Hajjah Mas Ermieyati Samsuddin (Bersatu)

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs)
Minister – YB Senator Tuan Idris Ahmad (Senator)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Haji Ahmad Marzuk Shaary (PAS)

Minister in Prime Minister’s Department (Sabah and Sarawak Affairs)
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Panglima Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili (PBS)
Deputy Minister – YB Dato’ Hajah Hanifah Hajar Taib (GPS)

Ministry of Transportation
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Ir. Dr. Wee Ka Siong (MCA)
Deputy Minister – YB Dato’ Henry Sum Agong (GPS)

Ministry of Environment
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man (PAS)
Deputy Minister – YB Dato’ Dr Mansor Othman (Bersatu)

Ministry of Human Resources
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Saravanan Murugan (MIC)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Haji Awang Hashim (PAS)

Ministry of Federal Territories
Minister – YB Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Seri Jalaluddin Alias (Umno)

Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development
Minister – YB. Dato’ Dr Noraini Ahmad (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Dato’ Hajah Siti Zailah Mohd Yusoff (PAS)

Ministry of Higher Education
Minister – YB Mohamed Nazri bin Abdul Aziz ( UMNO )
Deputy Minister – YB Senator Datuk Dr. Ahmad Masrizal Muhammad (Senator)

Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Takiyuddin Hassan (PAS)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Ali Anak Biju (Bersatu)

Ministry of Home Affairs
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister I – YB Datuk Seri Dr Haji Ismail Haji Mohamed Said (Umno)
Deputy Minister II – YB Jonathan Yassin (Bersatu)

Ministry of Health
Minister – YB Tuan Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar (Umno)
Deputy Minister I – YB Dato’ Dr Noor Azmi Ghazali (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister II – YB Datuk Aaron Ago Dagang (GPS)

Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister I – YB Datuk Seri Hj Ahmad Hamzah (Umno)
Deputy Minister II – YB Dr. Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh (PAS)

Ministry of Rural Development
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid (Umno)
Deputy Minister I – YB Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Mohamad (Umno)
Deputy Minister II – YB Datuk Haji Hasbi Habibollah (GPS)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Minister – YB Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullah (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister – YB Haji Kamarudin Jaffar (Bersatu)

Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
Minister – YB Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi (GPS)
Deputy Minister – YB Dato’ Rosol Wahid (Bersatu)

Ministry of Communication and Multimedia
Minister – YB Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Annuar Haji Musa (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin (Umno)

Ministry of Housing and Local Government
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Sri Ismail Abdul Mutalib (Umno)

Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Dr Adham Baba (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Haji Amzad Mohamed @ Hashim (PAS)

Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives
Minister – YB Tan Sri Noh Haji Omar (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Tuan Muslimin Yahaya (Bersatu)

Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities
Minister – YB Datuk Dr Hajah Zuraidah binti Kamaruddin (Bersatu)
Deputy Minister I – YB Datuk Seri Wee Jeck Seng (MCA)
Deputy Minister II – YB Willie Mongin (Bersatu)

Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture
Minister – YB Datuk Seri Hajah Nancy Shukri (GPS)
Deputy Minister – YB Datuk Seri Dr Santhara Kumar Ramanaidu (Bersatu)

Ministry of National Unity
Minister – YB Datuk Halimah Mohamed Sadique (Umno)
Deputy Minister – YB Senator Tuan Wan Ahmad Fayshal Wan Ahmad Kamal (Senator – Bersatu)

Ministry of Youth and Sports
Minister – Shahril Sufian Hamdan ( UMNO ) – Senator
Deputy Minister – YB Senator Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker (Senator – MCA)


“In the hour-long meeting, we discussed domestic and external economic challenges as well as strategies to face the Covid-19 pandemic. Datuk Seri Najib is committed to contributing energy, time and ideas together as a team for our beloved Malaysian family,” Mr Ismail said.

Former Umno president Najib also said on Thursday: “The time has come to solve problems… I have taken time to outline various suggestions, steps and approaches to tackle Covid-19, increase public and investor confidence and restore the economy and people’s prosperity.”

Najib wrote on Facebook: “I am very confident and believe these approaches that I have recommended are realistic, will bear fruit, and are easy to implement in the near future… God willing it will gain the blessing of PM (Ismail) and the Cabinet to be implemented soon.”

“This will hand Najib an influential role in the current government and rehabilitate his status,” said a source with knowledge of the discussion.


Padang Rengas MP Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz said the appointment of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak as economic adviser to the government would be a good move.

News portal The Vibes reported Nazri as saying it would be a waste if Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob does not utilise the expertise of Najib considering the Pekan MP’s time as prime minister ― April 2009 to May 2018 ― was a period the country reached new heights.

“I was not aware of the news, but honestly I agree. We want to tap his experience as a former prime minister for nine years, during which time he was also the finance minister.

“People have to remember that during his tenure, Malaysia’s economy was booming. So, to me, I think there is no problem with appointing him.

“Also, this is not an executive post, just an advisory one. After all, Najib already has his perks as a former premier. This appointment, if it happens, is just to utilise his experience. It’s a real waste if we don’t,” he said in The Vibes today.

Yesterday UtusanTV, quoting a source, said Najib’s appointment as economic adviser will be made soon.

This follows a meeting between Najib and Ismail Sabri on Tuesday, in which the former pledged to contribute his energy, time, and ideas for the sake of “Keluarga Malaysia.”

Selangor State UMNO pledge full support for Ismail Sabri’s leadership

Several State UMNO on Saturday pledged their full support to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob to continue leading the country until the last term of Parliament ends.

In Selangor, State UMNO Liaison Committee chairman Tan Sri Noh Omar said the party’s liaison meeting on Wednesday (Dec 15), participated by 22 State UMNO divisions, approved a motion to fully support the leadership of Ismail Sabri.

“We in Selangor have agreed to bring a motion to fully support Ismail Sabri’s leadership as Prime Minister (to the UMNO General Assembly), that’s what we have decided,” he told reporters after opening the Tanjong Karang UMNO division delegates meeting.

He said Ismail Sabri should be given the opportunity to prove that UMNO leaders are capable of providing the best service to the people.

Penang Umno backs Ismail Sabri as PM

Penang Umno supports the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob until the end of the 14th parliamentary term in 2023.

State Umno liaison committee chairman Datuk Musa Sheikh Fadzir said at the same time, they also backed Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi as Umno president, to further strengthen the party.

“In Penang, all branch meetings proceeded smoothly and Umno’s strength has returned. We, party members, are always united above all else for the sake of the party’s interests and to ensure Umno wins in the coming general election.

“In Penang, we have also decided to support the motion for Ismail Sabri to be the prime minister until the end of the term because we (support) him to strengthen the government.

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