6 January 2016

Tunisia: Cabinet Reshuffle - New Line-Up of Essid's Government

Tunis, — Prime Minister Habib Essid has decided a Cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday evening.

Here is the line-up of Habib Essid's Cabinet after this reshuffle:

Minister of Justice: Omar Mansour,

Minister of National Defence: Farhat Horchani,

Minister of the Interior: Hedi Majdoub,

Minister of Foreign Affairs: Khemaies Jhinaoui,

Minister of Local Affairs: Youssef Chahed,

Minister of Religious Affairs: Mohamed Khelil,

Minister of Finance: Slim Chaker,

Minister of Development, Investment and International Co-operation: Yassine Brahim,

Minister of Public Property and Land Affairs: Hatem El Euchi,

Minister of Education: Neji Jalloul,

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research: Chiheb Bouden,

Minister of Vocational Training and Employment: Zied Laadhari,

Minister of Social Affairs: Mahmoud Ben Romdhane,

Minister of Health: Said Aidi,

Minister of Women, Family and Child: Samira Merai,

Minister of Culture: Sonia M'barek,

Minister de la Youth and Sports: Maher Ben Dhiaa,

Minister of Industry: Zakaria Hamad,

Minister of Energy and Mining: Mongi Marzouk,

Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries: Saâd Seddik,

Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development: Nejib Derouiche,

Minister of Trade: Mohsen Hassan,

Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts: Selma Rekik,

Minister of Public Works, Housing and Spatial Planning:Mohamed Salah Arfaoui,

Minister of Transport : Anis Ghedira,

Minister of Communication Technology and Digital Economy:Noomen Fehri,

Minister of Public Service, Governance and Fight against Corruption: Kamel Ayadi,

Minister in charge of Relations with the House of People's Representatives and government Spokesman: Khaled Chouket,

Minister in charge of Relations with Constitutional Authorities and the Civil Society and Human Rights,

Government Secretary General: Ahmed Zarrouk.


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