Mon State Government

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Mon State Government
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Seal of the Government
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Flag of Mon State
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Office of the Mon State Government
Government overview
Formed 30 March 2010 (2010-03-30)
Jurisdiction Mon State Hluttaw
Headquarters Mawlamyine, Mon State
Government executive
Parent department Government of Myanmar

Mon State Government is the cabinet of Mon State. The cabinet is led by chief minister, Aye Zan.

The former chief minister, Min Min Oo resigned due to social complications.[1]

Cabinet (April 2016–present)

No. Name Portfolio
(1) Min Min Oo (30 March 2016 - 23 February 2017) Chief Minister
Aye Zan, Dr
(2) Aye Zan, Dr. Minister of Municipal Affairs and Construction
(3) Win Naing Oo, Col. Minister of Security and Border Affairs
(4) Min Htin Aung Han Minister of Electricity, Energy and Industry
(5) Htein Lin, Dr. Minister of Social Affairs
(6) Tun Htay Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Transportation
(7) Min Kyi Win, Dr. (or) Naing Kyi Win Minister of Natural Resources and Environment
(8) Wunna Kyaw Minister of Planning, Finance, Immigration and Population
(9) Shwe Myint Minister of Bamar Ethnic Affairs
(10) San Wint Khaing Minister of Pa-O Ethnic Affairs
(11) Aung Myint Khaing Minister of Kayin Ethnic Affairs
(12) Aye Aye Mu State Advocate
(13) Thein Thein Oo State Auditor



  1. ^ "Resignation of Mon State Chief Minister approved". Myanmar President Office. 23 February 2017. Retrieved 1 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Mon State Government" (in Burmese). Myanmar President Office. Retrieved 1 March 2017.

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