Within the framework of the cabinet reshuffle in Taiwan, the newly appointed ministers took office after the swearing-in ceremony.
New government formed in Taiwan
A New Government Was Formed In Taiwan within the framework of the cabinet reshuffle . The newly appointed ministers took the oath at the Presidential Palace with the participation of Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen.
Taiwan’s Prime Minister, Su Tseng-chang, has been replaced by Chen Chien-jen, who previously served as vice president and health minister. Cheng Wen-tsan, who is among Taiwan’s most prominent politicians and served as the Mayor of Taoyuan from 2014 to 2022, became Deputy Prime Minister, and Lin Yu-chang, Former Keelung Mayor, became Minister of the Interior.
Deputy Interior Minister Chen Tsung–yen will serve as the new cabinet spokesperson, and former Kaohsiung Deputy Mayor Shih Che will serve as Minister of Culture in the new cabinet. While it was decided that Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu should continue in his post, Cabinet Secretary General Li Meng-yen, a civil and environmental engineer, Cabinet Deputy Secretary General Ho Pei-shan, Trade Minister John Deng, National Development Council Minister Kung Ming-hsin and National Wu Tsung-tsong, Chairman of the Science and Technology Council (NSTC), will also remain in his post.