POLITICS
11/10/2011 11:25 EST | Updated 01/10/2012 05:12 EST

No changes to cabinet after Saskatchewan Party re-elected

REGINA - Premier Brad Wall says he isn't making any changes to cabinet for the upcoming legislative sitting expected in early December.

He says he had that option since all 17 of his ministers won their seats in Monday's provincial election.

He says continuity is important with the legislature resuming so soon and the provincial budget coming in March.

Wall's decision means Ken Krawetz (krah-VETZ') remains finance minister, Bill Boyd retains energy and Don McMorris stays in health.

Wall says he'll probably shuffle his cabinet after the 2011-12 legislative session ends next May.

The Saskatchewan Party took 49 of 58 seats in Monday's vote.