The Nationalist Party has announced Party Leader Bernard Grech's first reshuffle since being elected over three months ago, after days of sometimes contentious talks.
There have been several changes at the top with David Thake losing the environmental portfolio in favour of Robert Cutajar.
Therese Comodini Cachia has been made responsible for human rights, good governance and rule of law, while Karol Aquilina takes over from Jason Azzopardi as spokesperson for justice. Dr Azzopardi has been given the jobs, training, competitiveness and industrial relations portfolio.
Meanwhile, Claudio Grech has been tasked with party political transformation and innovation.
However, many roles are unchanged: Beppe Fenech Adami retains responsibility for home affairs, Mario de Marco for finance, Carmelo Mifsud Bonnici for foreign affairs, Robert Arrigo for tourism, and Stephen Spiteri for health.
The new Shadow Cabinet is as follows:
Leader of the Opposition: Bernard Grech
Deputy Leader for Parliamentary Affairs and Spokesperson on Inclusion and Quality of Life: David Agius
Deputy Leader for Party Affairs and Spokesperson on Tourism: Robert Arrigo
Whip and Spokesperson on Environment and Climate Change: Robert Cutajar
Parliamentary Group Secretary and Spokesperson on Justice: Karol Aquilina
Deputy Whip and Spokesperson for European Funds and Voluntary Organisations: Kevin Cutajar
Deputy Whip and Spokesperson for Local Government, National Heritage and Youth: Karl Gouder
Deputy Speaker and Spokesperson for Social Policy and Family: Claudette Buttigieg
Spokesperson for Work, Training, Competitivity and Enterprise: Jason Azzopardi
Spokesperson for Social and Affordable Accommodation and the Fight againat Poverty: Ivan Bartolo
Spokesperson for Transport and Infrastructure: Anthony Bezzina
Spokesperson for Water and Energy Policy and Sustainable Development: Ryan Callus
Spokesperson for Human Rights and Good Governance: Therese Comodini Cachia
Spokesperson for Finance and Air Malta: Mario De Marco
Spokesperson for Economic Development and Industry: Kristy Debono
Spokesperson for the Aging and Community Care: Mario Deguara
Spokesperson for Constitutional Reform, Social Dialogue and National Broadcasting: Joseph Ellis
Spokesperson for Internal Affaris, National Security and Citizenship: Beppe Fenech Adami
Spokesperson for Mental Health and Animal Rights: Mario Galea
Spokesperson for Political Renewal, Research and Innovation: Claudio Grech
Spokesperson for Foreign and European Affairs: Karm Mifsud Bonnici
Spokesperson for Education and Sport: Clyde Puli
Spokesperson for Gozo: Chris Said
Spokesperson for Planning and the Construction Industry: Hermann Schiavone
Spokesperson for Health and Pandemic Response: Stephen Spiteri
Spokesperson for the Green Economy and Capital Projects: David Thake
Spokesperson for Agriculture, Fisheries and Small Business: Edwin Vassallo
Adrian Delia chose not to have a shadow portfolio.