Council of Ministers (Afghanistan)

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The Council of Ministers was the governmental organ in the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan and later the Republic of Afghanistan. The leader of the Council of Ministers chose ministers for the different ministeral posts in the country. Under the leadership of Nur Mohammad Taraki, Hafizullah Amin and Babrak Karmal the council underwent massive changes. Under the rule of Karmal, there were 20 out 24 ministers that belonged to the Parcham faction and the remaining belonged to the political faction Khalq.[1]

All Afghan ministers had seats in the council.[1]

Cabinets[edit]

Note: This list may be missing some ministral seats

Ministry Lists
President List of presidents of Afghanistan
Vice President List of vice presidents of Afghanistan
Prime Minister List of Prime Ministers of Afghanistan
Deputy Prime Minister List of deputy prime ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs List of foreign ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Defense List of defense ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Justice List of ministers of justice and attorney general of Afghanistan
Ministry of State Security List of leaders of the Afghan secret police
Ministry of Interior List of interior ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Counter Narcotics List of counter narcotics ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs List of borders and tribal affairs ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Finance List of finance ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Education List of education ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Communications List of communication ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Information and Culture List of information and culture ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Transportation and Commerce List of transportation and commerce ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock List of agriculture ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Planning List of planning ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Internal Affairs List of internal affairs ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Public Health List of public health ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Mines and Industry List of mines and industry ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Islamic Affairs List of islamic affairs ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Tribes and Nationalities List of tribes and nationalities ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Social Affairs and Tourism List of social affairs and tourism ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Public Works List of public works ministers of Afghanistan
Ministry of Women's Affairs List of women's affairs ministers of Afghanistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b J. Bruce Amstutz. Afghanistan. Google Books. Retrieved 2009-03-22.