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Egypt's interim president swears in first government
The new ministers take oath of office in front of interim President Adly Mansour Monday afternoon
Ahram Online, Tuesday 16 Jul 2013
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Egypt's interim President Adli Mansour meets with Egypt's former Finance Minister Hazem el-Beblawi in Cairo (Photo: AP)

Ministers of the new cabinet, headed by PM Hazem El-Beblawi, have been sworn in in front of interim president Adly Mansour at the presidential palace on Monday afternoon.

The final list of the ministers is as follows:

Ziad Bahaa El-Din, deputy prime minister and minister of international cooperation

General Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi, deputy prime minister and minister of defence

Ibrahim Mehleb, minister of housing, utilities and urban development

Osama Saleh, minister of investment

Ramzy George, minister of scientific research

Mohamed Ibrahim, minister of antiquities

Mohamed Saber Arab, minister of culture

Maha El-Rabat, minister of health

Abdel-Aziz Fadel, minister of civil aviation

Taher Abu Zaid, minister of sports

Ahmed Borai, minister of social solidarity

Kamal Abu Eita, minister of manpower

Hisham Zaazou, minister of tourism

Atef Helmy, minister of telecommunication

Khaled Abdel-Aziz, minister of youth

Laila Rashed Iskander, minister of environment

Air Marshall Reda Hafez, minister of military production

Mohamed Ibrahim, minister of interior

Ahmed Imam, minister of electricity and energy

Ahmed Sultan, minister of transport

Ashraf El-Arabi, minister of planning

Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib, minister of irrigation

Nabil Fahmy, minister of foreign affairs

Ayman Abu Hadid, minister of agriculture

Mohamed Abu Shadi, minister of supply

Mounir Fakhry Abdel-Nour, minister of industry and foreign trade

Mahmoud Abul Nasr, minister of education

Dorreya Sharaf El-Din, minister of information

Amin El-Mahdi, minister of transitional justice and national reconciliation

Ahmed Galal, minister of finance

Hossam Eisa, minister of higher education

Mukhtar Gomaa, minister of religious endowments

Sherif Ismail, minister of petroleum

Adel Labib, minister of local development

This piece was amended on Tuesday 16 July; the minister of petroleum was originally named as Mohamed Shoeib.



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abdulrahman
17-07-2013 08:05am
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New Definition of Democracy
AS the coup conspirators consolidate power by sharing the spoils of the takeover, they have without feeling of slightest shame and illegally imprisoned the elected President Morsi and leaders of MB with dubious charges and also on excuse for the maintenance of order. General Al Sisi receives his reward by being promoted to a Deputy Prime Minister. On the streets, protests by MB is increasing in intensity with signs of greater escalation. Hence, the immoral actions of this illegal regime will have to intensify by brutal crackdown on protests and mass arrests of more leaders with the aim of paralyzing the MB. If they fail to bring down MB, then it will be the end of this regime and its sponsor and see the rise of Brotherhood again. Whatever is the outcome, it will be the most painful episode of Egyptian history. Blame it on the Heads of Government Institutions, the judiciary, the Police, the mass media and the most important institution, the Military. Maybe also it will be the end of political life for the Armed Forces.
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Nile El Wardani, PhD
16-07-2013 11:37pm
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Laila Rashed Iskander, new minister of environment, is an excellent choice.
Laila Rashed Iskander, minister of environment
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Okeke Anthony
16-07-2013 09:43pm
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Good Governance
This is National unity Government, Conglatulations. Highly accepted and supported.IT is well.thank you.
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Al-Misry
16-07-2013 08:56pm
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Sisi ( Traitor ) feels insecure
Sisi deputy prime minster ? Defece Minster ? Army Boss ? Appoints President ? Where does Pharoe theory of Baradei fits in this ? President who can only speak through spokes person is a president,parliament,Shura Council and judiciary ? where is the mind of the educated liberal minds? at least the "un-educated" of MB refuse to accept this fiasco..
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nonsense
17-07-2013 11:34am
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What are you talking about
Morsi illegally maid Shura have powers of the parliment, surrounded the constitonal court and made him self have no checks on power. Then appointed people with 0 experience to run the country

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