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LIST: Who are in Marcos Jr.’s Cabinet?

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LIST: Who are in Marcos Jr.’s Cabinet?
(5th UPDATE) 12 personalities have been officially announced to join the president-elect's administration, as of Thursday, May 26

MANILA, Philippines – President-elect Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has started naming appointees to his Cabinet.

As of Thursday, May 26, a total of 12 names have been officially announced to lead executive departments and other Cabinet-level agencies.

Most of these appointees will later go through the Commission on Appointments in Congress for confirmation.

We will update this list as more announcements come in from the Marcos camp.

Education (DepEd)
Vice President Sara Duterte
Announced: May 11
Last position held: Mayor, Davao City
Finance (DOF)
Benjamin Diokno
Announced: May 26
Last positions held: Governor, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (since 2019); Secretary, Department of Budget and Management (2016-2019)
Interior and Local Government (DILG)
Benjamin “Benhur” Abalos Jr.
Announced: May 13
Last positions held: Marcos Jr.’s 2022 presidential campaign manager; Chairperson, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) (2021-2022)
Justice (DOJ)
Jesus Crispin “Boying” Remulla
Announced: May 23
Last position held: Representative, Cavite, 7th District
Labor and Employment (DOLE)
Bienvenido “Benny” Laguesma
Announced: May 23
Notable positions held: Commissioner, Social Security Commission (2011-2016); Secretary, DOLE (1998-2001)
Migrant Workers (DMW)
Susan “Toots” Ople
Announced: May 23
Notable positions held: Founder and president, Blas F. Ople Policy Center and Training Institute; Labor undersecretary (under Gloria Arroyo)
Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
Manuel “Manny” Bonoan
Announced: May 26
Last position held: President and CEO, SMC Tollways Corporation
Trade and Industry (DTI)
Alfredo Pascual
Announced: May 26
Last positions held: President, Management Association of the Philippines (2022); President, University of the Philippines (2011-2017)
Executive Secretary
Victor “Vic” Rodriguez
Announced: May 22
Last position held: Marcos Jr.’s spokesperson and lawyer
National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
Arsenio Balisacan
Announced: May 23
Last positions held: Chairperson, Philippine Competition Commission (since 2016); Chairperson, NEDA (2012-2016)
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO)
Rose Beatrix “Trixie” Cruz-Angeles
Announced: May 25
Profession: Lawyer, radio host, and vlogger
Special Assistant to the President (SAP)
Antonio “Anton” Lagdameo Jr.
Announced: May 26
Last position held: Representative, Davao del Norte, 2nd District (2007-2016)

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