Comoros

President appoints Cabinet


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President Dr Ikililou Dhoinine has named his new Cabinet following his election on 26th December 2010. He assumed office on 26th May. The full list of Cabinet members is listed below:

Dr. Fouad Mohadji; Vice-President in charge of the Ministry of Production, Environment, Energy, Industry and Handicrafts

Mohamed Ali Soilihi; Vice President for Finance, Economy, Budget, Investment and Foreign Trade in charge of privatization

Nour Bourhane; Vice-President in charge of the Ministry of Land Planning, Urbanism and Housing

Mohamed Bakri Ben Abdoulfatah Sharif; Minister of External Relations and Cooperation in charge of the Diaspora, to the Francophonie and the Arab World

Rastam Mouhidine; Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, the Promotion of New Information and Communication Technologies, Transport and Tourism

Dr. Anliane Ahmed; Keeper of the Seals, Minister of Justice, Civil Service, Administrative Reform, Human Rights and Islamic Affairs

Mohamed Issimaila; Minister of National Education, Research, Culture, Arts, Youth and Sports

Dr. Moinafouraha Ahmed; Minister of Health, Solidarity, Social Cohesion and Promotion of Gender

Ms. Siti Kassim; Minister for Employment, Labour, Vocational Training and Women Entrepreneurship, Government spokesman

Hamada Abdalla; Minister of Interior, Information, Decentralization in charge of Relations with Institutions

Youssouf Soidiki; Deputy Minister for Urban Development and Housing to the Vice-President in charge of the Ministry of Land Planning, Urbanism and Housing

Mohamed Halifa; Deputy Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries assisting the vice president in charge of the Ministry of Production, Environment, Energy, Industry and Handicrafts

Abdou Nassur Madi – Deputy Minister in charge of Economy and Privatization assisting the Vice-President in charge of the Ministry of Finance, Economy, Budget, Investment, Foreign Trade and Privatization

Mrs. Kalathoune Mahamoud; Deputy Minister for Transport and Tourism to the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, the Promotion of New Information and Communication Technologies.

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