The Minister for Health, Simon Francis, will chair the national cabinet on Wednesday morning, as part of a new round of cabinet reshuffling that is expected to bring an end to the long-running controversy surrounding the use of the Airborne Medicine Cabinet.
Francis will also be making a speech on Thursday morning.
In the meantime, the Cabinet will be held under a temporary arrangement that will last until the end of March.
Francis has previously said that his Cabinet will reflect the current priorities of the government and the community.
However, the Health Minister has been criticised for making the decision without consulting the health and social care committee, the parliamentary health and community affairs committee and the public accounts committee.
The current Health Minister, Simon Harris, has previously refused to release any details of his cabinet.
Harris is expected at the cabinet meeting to release a new strategy for the NHS, the Budget, health funding and health spending.
He will also announce a series of measures to boost the number of doctors in Wales and ensure that we have an efficient healthcare system.
In a statement released on Thursday, the Welsh Government said it had been in contact with Francis and that the Cabinet would be “transparent and fair”.
However, it added that it would not be releasing details of the cabinet until after Francis had delivered his speech.
Francis is expected take the stage at 11:30am on Wednesday. “
In the event that Ministers do not meet this standard, Ministers will be expected to respond to the cabinet within 24 hours.”
Francis is expected take the stage at 11:30am on Wednesday.
He has also been criticised by the Liberal Democrats for his lack of transparency over his Cabinet reshuffle.
Earlier this week, the party suspended its MP for Cardiff West, David Lammy, who had criticised the Government’s handling of the Cabinet reshuffles.
Lammy said Francis’s cabinet reshuffle would “do nothing to address the growing problem of poor staffing and a lack of consultation”.
He said: I do not know what will happen with the Ministers who are going to sit in this Cabinet, because they will all have a different agenda.
Francis told reporters earlier this week that he had not been consulted about the reshufflings.
“I have no information from the ministers,” he said.