Jordan

King approves new Cabinet


Published

Following on from the recent general election King Abdullah II of Jordan has approved a reshuffle of Prime Minister Hani Mulki’s government.

Below is the full list of the new Cabinet as published on the Jordan News Agency (Petra) website:

Hani Mulki; Prime Minister and Minister of Defence

Jawad Ahmad Anani; Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and State Minister for Investment Affairs

Mohammad Mahmoud Thneibat; Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs and Minister of Education

Nasser Judeh; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs

Salamah Hammad; Minister of Interior

Hazim Kamal Al Nasser; Minister of Water and Irrigation

Adel Issa Tweisi; Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Musa Habis Al Maayteh; Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs and Minister of State

Nabeeh Jamil Shoqem; Minister of Culture

Imad Najib Fakhoury; Minister of Planning and International Cooperation

Ali Thahir Ghazawi; Minister of Labour

Mahmoud Yassin Al Shayyab; Minister of Health

Wajeeh Tayeb Azayzeh; Minister of Social Development

Yassin Muheeb Al Khayyat; Minister of Environment

Walid Muhyddin Al Masri; Minister of Municipal Affairs

Ibrahim Hassan Saif; Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources

Mohammad Momani; Minister of State for Media Affairs

Sami Jreis Halasah; Minister of Public Works and Housing

Majd Mohammad Shweikah; Minister of Information and Communications Technology and Minister of Public Sector Development

Omar Zuheir Malhas; Minister of Finance

Rami Saleh Wreikat; Minister of Youth

Fawaz Najib Irsheidat; State Minister for Prime Ministry Affairs

Wael Arabiyat; Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs

Lina Enab; Minister of Tourism and Antiquities

Khalid Mousa Hunifat; Minister of Agriculture

Yousif Mohammad Theib Mansour; Minister of State for Economic Affairs

Bisher Hani Khasawneh; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs

Yaroub Falah Qudah; Minster of Industry, Trade and Supply

Awad Abu Jarrad Mashaqbeh; Minister of Justice

Malik Boulous Haddad; Minister of Transport

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