Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has announced his candidates for the next cabinet and wants to keep most ministers in place for his third term, including Mihály Varga as national economy minister. Tibor Navracsics would move from the justice and public administration portfolio to a new ministry of foreign and external economic affairs. A new stand-alone justice ministry would be headed by newcomer László Trócsányi, a former diplomat who is not an MP. Another new recruit would be Christian Democrat Miklós Seszták to replace Zsuzsanna Németh as minister of national development. Sándor Pintér would remain interior minister, Zoltán Balog would head the super ministry of human resources, Sándor Fazekas minister of agriculture and Csaba Hende defence minister. János Lázár, who has headed the cabinet as a state secretary, would be promoted to minister with the same duties. Before being appointed by the president, Orbán has asked that the candidates be interviewed by relevant parliamentary committees.