Cabinet of Oman

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The Cabinet of Oman is the chief executive body of the Sultanate of Oman. On 6 March 2011, Sultan Qaboos bin Said al-Said responded to the 2011 Omani protests by dismissing 12 ministers including Ahmed Makki, the economy minister who was a focus for the anger of demonstrators gathered in Sohar, an industrial port north of Muscat, the capital.

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As of 2013:

Incumbent Office Website Since Until
Fahd bin Mahmoud al Said Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers
Sayyid Khalid bin Hilal al Busaidi Minister of Diwan of Royal Court
Sayyid Haitham bin Tariq al Said Minister of Heritage & Culture www.mhc.gov.om
Sayyid Badr bin Saud al Busaidi Minister of Defence
Lt.Gen Sultan bin Mohammed al Nu'amani Minister of Royal Office
Yusuf bin Alawi bin Abdullah Minister of Foreign Affairs www.mofa.gov.om
Sayyid Hamoud bin Faisal al Busaidi Minister of Interior www.moi.gov.om
Darwish bin Isma'eel bin Ali al Balushi Minister of Finance www.mof.gov.om
Sayyid Saud bin Hilal bin Hamad al Busaidi Minister of State And Governor of Muscat
Sheikh Khalid bin Omar bin Said al Marhoon Minister of Civil Service www.mocs.gov.om
Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Obaid al Sa'eedi Minister of Health www.moh.gov.om
Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Said al Sa'eedi Minister of Legal Affairs www.mola.gov.om
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah al Hinai Minister of Justice
Mohammed bin Hamad al Rumhi Minister of Oil and Gas www.mog.gov.om
Shaikh Abdullah bin Mohammed al Salimi Minister of Awqaf & Religious Affairs www.maraoman.net
Fuad bin Ja'afar bin Mohammed al Sajwani Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries www.mofw.gov.om
Sheikh Sa'ad bin Mohammed bin Said al Mardhouf al Sa'adi Minister of Commerce and Industry www.mocioman.gov.om
Madeeha bint Ahmed bin Nassir al Shibaniyah Minister of Education home.moe.gov.om
Abdulmunim bin Mansoor bin Said Al Hasani Minister of Information www.omanet.om
Shaikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Abdullah Al Bakri Minister of Manpower www.manpower.gov.om
Mohammed bin Salim bin Said al Toobi Minister of Environment and Climate Affairs moeca.gov.om
Rawiyah bint Saud al Busaidiyah Minister of Higher Education www.mohe.gov.om
Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Mohammed al Shuhi Minister of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources www.mrmwr.gov.om
Sheikh Abdulmalik bin Abdullah bin Ali al Khalili Minister of Tourism www.omantourism.gov.om
Ali bin Masoud al Sunaidy Minister of Sports Affairs www.mosa.gov.om
Sheikh Mohammed bin Said bin Saif al Kalbani Minister of Social Development www.mosd.gov.om
Sheikh Mohammed Al Maamri Minister of State And Governor of Dhofar
Saif al Shabibi Minister of Housing www.housing.gov.om
Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Salim al Futaisi Minister of Transport and Communications www.motc.gov.om

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