Mahlab’s government sworn into office
Ibrahim Mahlab, Egypt's Prime Minister - YOUM7/Ahmed Ramdan
By YOUM7

CAIRO: Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab’s new Cabinet was sworn into office at 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Ibrahim Mahlab swore an oath of office as Egypt’s new prime minister in front of interim President Adly Mansour. Field Marshal Abdel Fatah al-Sisi also swore an oath of office as minister of defense.

Following the ceremony, the government and the host of new and old ministers officially took office. The new government also held a brief meeting with Mansour about the government’s plan of action for the coming period.

The ministers of the new government are as follows:

–          Abdel Fatah al-Sisi as Minister of Defense

–          Mohamed Ibrahim as Minister of Interior

–          Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa as Minister of Religious Endowments

–          Doria Sharaf el-Din as Minister of Information

–          Ashraf al-Araby as Minister of Planning and International Cooperation

–          Adel Labib as Minister of Administrative and Local Development

–          Hisham Zaazou as Minister of Tourism

-          Sherif Ismail as Minister of Petroleum and Metallurgical Wealth

-          Mohamed Ibrahim as Minister of Antiquities

-          Mahmoud Abou el-Nasr as Minister of Education

–          Khaled Abdel Aziz as Minister of Youth and Sports

–          Atef Helmy as Minister of Communication and Information Technolgy

-          Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour as Minister of Investment and Trade

–          Amin al-Mahdy as Minister of Transitional Justice and Parliament

-          Ayman Farid Abu Hadid as Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation

-          Ibrahim el-Demeiry as Minister of Transport

-          Nabil Fahmy as Minister of Foreign Affairs

-          Saber Arab as Minister of Culture

-          Mohamed Abdul Muttalib as Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources

-          Laila Iskander as Minister of Environment

-          Mohamed Shaker as Minister of Electricity

–          Hossam Kamal as Minister of Civil Aviation

-          Ibrahim Younis as Minister of Military Production

-          Nahed Hasan Ashry as Minister of Manpower and Immigration

–          Ghada Waly as Minister of Social Solidarity

-          Hany Kadry as Minister of Finance

-          Khaled Hanafy as Minister of Supply

-          Adel al-Adawy as Minister of Health

-          Wael al-Degwy as Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research

-          Mostafa Madbouly as Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities

–          Nayer Othman as Minister of Justice

Originally published in Youm7.

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