Full List of Iraq’s New Cabinet

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Full List of Iraq’s New Cabinet

Minister of Culture: Saadoun al-Dulaimi [Saadun Al Dulaimi] (Wassat/Constitution Party)

Minister of Communication: Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi (Iraqiya/Wifaq)

Minister of Science and Technology: Abdul-Karim al-Sammaraie (Iraqiya/Tajdid)

Minister of Environment: Sargon Lazon Sliwah [Karkis Sleiwa] (Rafidain/Assyrian Democratic Movement)

Minister of Agriculture: Izzuldin al-Doula (Iraqiya/Iraqiyoun)

Minister of Displacement and Migration: Dindar Najman (KA/Islamist Coalition), will also be acting Minister of Municipalities and Public Works

Minister of Health: Majid Mohammed Amin (KA/PUK)

Minister of Human Rights: Mohammed Shiya al-Sudani [Mohammed Shayaa] (SOL/Daawa)

Minister of Labor and Social Affairs: Nasar al-Rubaie (INA/Sadrist), will also be acting Minister of Planning

Minister of Water Resources: Mohaned al-Sa’adi (INA/Sadrist)

Minister of Transportation: Hadi al-Amiri (INA/Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI))

Minister of Youth and Sport: Jassim Mohammed Jaffar (SOL/Daawa)

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs: Ali Abdullah al-Sajeri [Ali Al Sajri] (Wassat/Constitution Party)

Minister of State and Government Spokesman: Ali Dabbagh (SOL/Daawa)

Minister of State for Parliament Affairs: Safaa al-Din al-Saafi [Safaa’din Al Safi] (SOL/Independent)

Minister of State for Provincial Affairs: Turhan Abdullah (Iraqiya/Turkman)

Minister of Tourism and Antiquities: Liwa Smisim (INA/Sadrist)

Ministers of State (without portfolio): Yassin Mohammed Ahmed (INA/ISCI); Abdul-Mehdi Hassan al-Amtari (INA/Sadrist); Hassan Radia al-Sari (INA/Hezbilah); Bushra Hussein Saleh (INA/Fadhila); Diyah al-Asadi (INA/Sadrist); Salah Mazahim al-Jabouri (Iraqiya/Hewar)

Additional unnamed positions: Minister of State for Non-Governmental Organizations (KA)

Reuters also names Hussein Al Shaalan as State Minister for Tribal Affairs.

(Sources: Iraq Oil Report, Reuters)

Karkis Sleiwa

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3 Responses to “Full List of Iraq’s New Cabinet”

  1. JWing says:

    Foreign Minister Zebari is from the KDP, not the PUK as listed in your article.

  2. Editor says:

    Dear Joel, thanks for your comment.
    He is indeed from the KDP – the article is now corrected.
    Best Regards,
    Editor.

  3. bergesh says:

    What’s happening with the MOI position?


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