Cabinet reshuffle: Young ministers stretched, as they prepare to take over reins of government

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From May 1, Singapore's fourth-generation ministers will helm 10 of 16 ministries, up from eight previously.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted a photo of the current members of his Cabinet on Facebook after the reshuffle announcement on April 24, 2018. PHOTO: MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION
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SINGAPORE - From May 1, Singapore's fourth-generation or 4G ministers will have a dominant presence in the Cabinet, at least based on numbers.

They will make up nearly two-thirds of the nation's top executive body, up from around half now. Of the 16 ministries, 10 will be helmed by a 4G minister.

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