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List of current interior ministers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of current interior ministers of the 193 United Nations member states, Holy See (Vatican City) and the State of Palestine.

Interior ministers of sovereign countries with limited recognition are included in a separate table.

States recognised by the United Nations

State List Interior minister Party Assumed office
 Afghanistan List Amrullah Saleh 13 August 2017
 Albania List Sandër Lleshaj Socialist Party of Albania 25 June 2017
 Algeria Tayeb Belaiz
 Andorra Xavier Espot Zamora
 Angola Angelo de Barros Veiga Tavares
 Antigua and Barbuda Errol Cort
 Argentina List Rogelio Frigerio Republican Proposal 10 December 2015
 Armenia
 Australia List Peter Dutton Liberal Party of Australia 27 August 2018
 Austria List Karl Nehammer People's Party 7 January 2020
 Azerbaijan List Lieutenant General Vilayət Eyvazov 29 April 1994
 Bahamas Bernard Nottage
 Bahrain List Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa May 2004
 Bangladesh Asaduzzaman Khan Bangladesh Awami League 12 January 2014
 Barbados Adriel Brathwaite
 Belarus Yury Karayeu
 Belgium List Pieter De Crem Christen-Democratisch en Vlaams 9 December 2018
 Belize John Birchman Saldivar
 Benin Francois Houessou
 Bhutan Sherub Gyeltshen
 Bolivia
 Bosnia and Herzegovina List (Republika Srpska) Dragan Lukač (Republika Srpska)
Aljoša Čampara (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (Dragan Lukač)
Party of Democratic Action (Aljoša Čampara)
 Botswana Edwin Batshu
 Brazil List Rogério Marinho Brazilian Social Democracy Party 6 February 2020
 Brunei Abu Bakar Apong 22 October 2015
 Bulgaria
 Burkina Faso Jerome Traore[clarification needed]
 Burundi Edouard Nduwimana
 Cambodia List Sar Kheng Cambodian People's Party 3 February 1992
 Cameroon Laurent Esso[clarification needed]
 Canada List Bill Blair Liberal Party of Canada 20 November 2019
 Cape Verde Marisa Helena do Nascimento Morais
 Central African Republic Pastor Josue Binoua
 Chad Ahmat Mahamat Bachir
 Chile List Andrés Chadwick Independent Democrat Union 11 March 2018
 China List Zhao Kezhi Communist Party of China 4 November 2017
 Colombia List Nancy Patricia Gutiérrez Colombia Always 7 August 2018
 Comoros Houssen Hassan Ibrahim
 Republic of the Congo Raymond Zephirin Mboulou
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Richard Muyej
 Costa Rica Celso Gamboa
 Ivory Coast Sidiki Diakité
 Croatia List Davor Božinović Croatian Democratic Union 9 June 2017
 Cuba List Julio César Gandarilla Bermejo 2017
 Cyprus Socratis Hasikos 1 March 2013
 Czech Republic Jan Hamáček Czech Social Democratic Party 27 June 2018
 Denmark List Simon Emil Ammitzbøll-Bille Liberal Alliance 28 November 2016
 Djibouti Hassan Omar Mohamed Bourhan
 Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit
 Dominican Republic Carlos Amarante Baret 16 August 2016
 East Timor Cirilo Jose Cristovao
 Ecuador José Serrano
 Egypt List Major General Mahmoud Tawfik 14 June 2018
 El Salvador Benito Lara
 Equatorial Guinea Clemente Engonga Nguema Onguene
 Eritrea
 Estonia List Andres Anvelt 23 November 2016
 Ethiopia
 Fiji Joketani Cokanasiga
 Finland List Kai Mykkänen National Coalition Party 12 February 2018
 France List Gérard Collomb Socialist Party 17 May 2017
 Gabon Guy-Bertrand Mapangou
The Gambia Gambia List Habib Saihou Drammeh 4 December 2017
 Georgia Giorgi Gakharia
 Germany List Horst Seehofer Christian Social Union 14 March 2018
 Ghana Kwesi Ahwoi
 Greece List Alexis Haritsis Coalition of the Radical Left 28 August 2018
 Grenada Keith Mitchell
 Guatemala
 Guinea Mahmoudou Cissé
 Guinea-Bissau Botche Cande[clarification needed]
 Guyana Clement Rohee
 Haiti David Bazile
  Holy See
 Honduras Arturo Corrales Alvarez
 Hungary List Sándor Pintér Independent 29 May 2010
 Iceland List
 India List Amit Shah Bharatiya Janata Party 31 May 2019
 Indonesia List Tito Karnavian Independent 23 October 2019
 Iran List Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli 15 August 2013
 Iraq List Qasim al-Araji Badr Organization 30 January 2017
 Ireland List Helen McEntee Fine Gael 27 June 2020
 Israel List Aryeh Deri Shas 11 January 2016
 Italy List Luciana Lamorgese Independent 1 June 2018
 Jamaica N/A[clarification needed]
 Japan List Seiko Noda Liberal Democratic Party 3 August 2017
 Jordan Sameer Mubaidin
 Kazakhstan Kalmukhanbet Kasymov
 Kenya Joseph Ole Lenku
 Kiribati Teima Onorio
 Kuwait List Khaled Al Jarrah Al Sabah 11 December 2016
 Kyrgyzstan List Kashkar Junushaliev 2018
 Laos Xaysi Santivong
 Latvia List Rihards Kozlovskis Reform Party 25 October 2011
 Lebanon Mohammed Fahmi 21 January 2020
 Lesotho Joang Molapo
 Liberia Morris Dukuly
 Libya Sadiq Abd al-Karim Abd al-Rahman Karim
(Acting)
(Disputed)
 Liechtenstein Hugo Quaderer
 Lithuania Dailis Alfonsas Barakauskas
 Luxembourg Dan Kersch/Etienne Schneider[clarification needed]
 Macedonia Mitko Chavkov
 Madagascar Olivier Mahafaly Solonandrasana
 Malawi Paul Chidingu
 Malaysia Muhyiddin Yassin Pakatan HarapanMalaysian United Indigenous Party 21 May 2018
 Maldives Umar Naseer
 Mali General Sada Samake
 Malta Byron Camilleri
 Marshall Islands David Kabua
 Mauritania Mohamed Ould Mohamed Rara
 Mauritius Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam
 Mexico List Alfonso Navarrete Prida Institutional Revolutionary Party 10 January 2018
 Micronesia
 Moldova Andrei Năstase
 Monaco Paul Masseron
 Mongolia Tsendiin Nyamdorj
 Montenegro Rasko Konjevic
 Morocco Mohamed Hassad
 Mozambique Jaime Basilio Monteiro
 Myanmar Lieutenant General Ko Ko
 Namibia Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana
 Nauru Charmaine Scotty
   Nepal Madhav Prasad Ghimire
 Netherlands List Kajsa Ollongren Democrats 66 26 October 2017
 New Zealand Tracey Martin New Zealand First
 Nicaragua Ana Isabel Morales Mazon[clarification needed]
 Niger Massaudou Hassoumi
 Nigeria Rauf Aregbesola
 North Korea
 Norway Per-Willy Amundsen
 Oman Hamud bin Faisal bin Said al-Busaidi
 Pakistan List Imran Khan Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf 18 August 2018
 Palau
 Palestine [1] List Rami Hamdallah Fatah 2 June 2014
 Panama Milton Cohen-Henriquez[clarification needed]
 Papua New Guinea
 Paraguay Francisco de Vargas Authentic Radical Liberal Party
 Peru Carlos Basombrío
 Philippines List General Eduardo Año 5 January 2018
 Poland List Elżbieta Witek Law and Justice 16 November 2015
 Portugal List Eduardo Cabrita Socialist Party 21 October 2017
 Qatar Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani 26 June 2013
 Romania List Carmen Dan Social Democratic Party 4 January 2017
 Russia List Vladimir Kolokoltsev United Russia 21 May 2012
 Rwanda Mussa Fazil Harerimana
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Patrice Nisbett
 Saint Lucia Victor Phillip La Corbiniere
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves
 Samoa Fata Pinati Sala
 San Marino Valeria Ciavatta
 São Tomé and Príncipe Raul Antonio Da Costa Cravid
 Saudi Arabia List Abdulaziz bin Saud Al Saud 21 June 2017
 Senegal List Abdoulaye Daouda Diallo
 Serbia List Nebojša Stefanović Serbian Progressive Party 27 April 2014
 Seychelles Mitcy Larue
 Sierra Leone Joseph Bandabla Dauda
 Singapore List K. Shanmugam People's Action Party 1 October 2015
 Slovakia Denisa Saková Direction – Social Democracy
 Slovenia List Vesna Györkös Žnidar Modern Centre Party 18 September 2014
 Solomon Islands Manasseh D. Maelanga
 Somalia Abdullahi Godah Barre
 South Africa List Aaron Motsoaledi African National Congress 27 February 2018
 South Korea Chin Young Democratic Party of Korea 6 April 2019
 South Sudan General Aleu Ayieny Aleu Sudan People's Liberation Movement-Juba
 Spain List Fernando Grande-Marlaska Independent 7 June 2018
 Sri Lanka List Vajira Abeywardena United National Party 4 September 2015
 Sudan Ismat Abdel Rahman Zain al-Abdin
 Suriname Soewarto Moestadja
 Swaziland Princess Tsandzile Dlamini
 Sweden
  Switzerland List Alain Berset Social Democratic Party of Switzerland 1 January 2012
 Syria List Mohammad Khaled al-Rahmoun 26 November 2018
 Tajikistan Ramazon Rahimov
 Tanzania List Alphaxard Kangi Ndege Lugola Chama Cha Mapinduzi 1 July 2018
 Thailand Anupong Paochinda Independent 30 August 2014
 Togo Damehane Yark
 Tonga Lord Vaea
 Trinidad and Tobago
 Tunisia List Hichem Fourati 2018
 Turkey List Süleyman Soylu Justice and Development Party 31 August 2016
 Turkmenistan Ovezdurdy Khojanyyazov
 Tuvalu Namoliki Sualiki
 Uganda Aronda Nyakairima
 Ukraine Arsen Avakov[clarification needed]
 United Arab Emirates Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan 1 November 2004
 United Kingdom List Priti Patel Conservative Party 24 July 2019
 United States List Chad Wolf 13 November 2019
 Uruguay List Eduardo Bonomi Broad Front 1 March 2010
 Uzbekistan Pulat Bobojonov
 Vanuatu Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas
 Venezuela List Néstor Reverol United Socialist Party of Venezuela 3 August 2016
 Vietnam Nguyen Thai Binh
 Yemen
 Zambia List Stephen Kampyongo Patriotic Front March 2014
 Zimbabwe Cain Mathema Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front 7 September 2018

States with limited recognition, non-UN member states

State List Interior minister Party Assumed office
 Abkhazia (Republic of Abkhazia)
 Kosovo (Republic of Kosovo) Flamur Sefaj
 Nagorno-Karabakh (Republic of Artsakh)
 Northern Cyprus (Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) Aziz Gürpınar Republican Turkish Party
 Sahrawi Republic (Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic)
 Somaliland (Republic of Somaliland)
 South Ossetia (Republic of South Ossetia–the State of Alania)
 Taiwan (Republic of China) List Hsu Kuo-yung Democratic Progressive Party 16 July 2018
 Transnistria (Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic)

Excluded entities

Entity List Interior minister Party Assumed office
 European Union List Dimitris Avramopoulos New Democracy 1 November 2014

See also

References

  1. ^ The Palestinian Authority renamed itself the State of Palestine on 6 January 2013 (a move not recognized by Israel). Do not confuse with the "State of Palestine" proclaimed on 15 November 1988 by the Palestinian National Council (PNC) in Algiers which remains a putative state, de facto ineffective despite partial international recognition.
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