The new interim Iraqi cabinet

Below are the names of the new interim Iraqi ministers:

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    • Iyad Allawi: Prime Minister

    • Barham Salih: Deputy Prime Minister of National Security Affairs

    • Sawsan Sharifi: Agriculture Minister

    • Hazim Shaalan: Defence Minister

    • Adil Abd al-Mahdi: Finance Minister

    • Hushiar Zibari: Foreign Minister 

    • Bakhtyar Amin: Human Rights Minister

    • Hashim al-Hasani: Industry Minister

    • Rashad Umar Mandan: Science and Technology Minister

    • Nisrin Barwari: Minister of Public Works 

    • Nirmin Uthman: Minister of State for Women Affairs

    • Qasim Dawud: Minister of State

    • Pascal Ishu Warda: Minister of Immigrants

    • Muhammad Ali Al-Hakim: Communications Minister

    • Umar al-Damluji: Housing Minister

    • Mufid al-Jazairi: Culture Minister 

    • Sami al-Midhfir: Education Minister

    • Ayham al-Samarai: Electricity Minister

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      Iraq's Foreign Minister

    • Mishkat Mumin: Environment Minister

    • Ala al-Din al-Alwan: Health Minister

    • Tahir al-Baka: Higher Education Minister

    • Falah al-Naqib: Interior Minister 

    • Laila Abd Al-Latif: Labour Minister

        
    • Abd Al-Latif Rashid: Minister of Irrigation

    • Malik Duhan al-Hasan: Justice Minister

    • Muhammad al-Juburi: Trade Minister

    • Luay Hatim al-Ars: Transportation Minister

    • Ali al-Ghabban: Minister of Youth and Sports

    • Wail Abd al-Latif: Minister of Governorates Affairs

    • Thamir al-Ghadban: Minister of Oil

    • Mahdi al-Hafidh: Minister of Planning

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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