Abdullah Ensour's cabinet

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The Cabinet of Jordan is the chief executive body of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.[1]

× Incumbent Office Website
1 Abdullah Ensour Prime Minister and Minister of Defence http://www.pm.gov.jo
2 Awad Khleifat Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior
3 Abdul Salam Al Abbadi Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs http://www.awqaf.gov.jo/
4 Suleiman Hafez Minister of Finance http://www.mof.gov.jo/
5 Nasser Judeh Minister of Foreign Affairs http://www.mfa.gov.jo
6 Hatem Hafez Al Halawani Minister of Industry and Trade http://www.mit.gov.jo/
Minister of Information and Communications Technology http://www.moict.gov.jo/
7 Alaa Batayneh Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources http://www.memr.gov.jo/
Minister of Transport http://www.mot.gov.jo/
8 Ghaleb Zubi Minister of Justice http://www.moj.gov.jo/
9 Jaafar Hassan Minister of Planning and International Cooperation http://www.mop.gov.jo/
10 Wajih Musa Oweis Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research http://www.mohe.gov.jo/
Minister of Education http://www.moe.gov.jo/
11 Yahia Al Kasabi Minister of Public Works and Housing
12 Wajih Tayyeb Azaizeh Minister of Social Development http://www.mosd.gov.jo/
13 Abdul Latif Wreikat Minister of Health http://www.moh.gov.jo/
14 Khleif Ahmad Al Khawaldeh Minister of Public Sector Development http://www.mopsd.gov.jo/
15 Nayef Hmeidi Al Fayez Minister of Tourism and Antiquities http://www.tourism.jo/
Minister of Environment http://www.moenv.gov.jo/
16 Ahmad Suleiman Al Khattab Minister of Agriculture
17 Maher Abu Samn Minister of Municipal Affairs
Minister of Water and Irrigation http://www.mwi.gov.jo/
18 Noufan Al Ajarmeh Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs and Legislation http://www.pm.gov.jo
19 Sameeh Al Maaytah Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Culture http://www.culture.gov.jo/
20 Bassam Salamah Haddadin Minister of Political Development and Parliamentary Affairs
21 Nidal Mardi Al Qatamin Minister of Labour http://www.mol.gov.jo/

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Preceded by
Fayez al-Tarawneh's second cabinet
Cabinet of Jordan
2012 - 2013
Succeeded by
Ensour's second cabinet