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(officially called the Cabinet of Iraq Council of Ministers) is the executive branch of the government of Iraq.
Council of Representatives of Iraq elects a President of the Republic who appoints the Prime Minister who in turn appoints the Council of Ministers, all of whom must be approved by the Assembly.
Current Council of Ministers [ edit ]
The current cabinet was approved by the Assembly on 21 December 2010, following the
general election in March 2010. The names of thirty five ministers were approved, with the other posts filled by temporary ministers pending agreement about the permanent ministers.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Parliament Approves the Second Maliki Government, Reidar Visser, 2010-12-21
^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Ministers in the New Iraq Government, Assyrian International News Agency, 2010-12-23
^ a b c d e f g h Al Sunaid names Iraq Cabinet nominees, , 2010-12-21 Al Sumaria
^ Full List of Iraq’s New Cabinet
^ URGENT: Iraqi Defense, Electricity, Cabinet posts settled by al-Iraqiya Coaliltion
^ a b Maliki fills power, trade, other Iraq cabinet jobs, , 13 February 2011, accessed on 1 January 2012 Reuters
^ Iraq PM moves to fire minister over power deals, , 8 August 2011 AFP
^ Iraq names new electricity minister, , 14 December 2011 AFP
^ Iraq: Political Parties (Re)Align For December Elections