First Ganzouri Cabinet

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The First Ganzouri Cabinet was led by Egyptian prime minister Kamal Ganzouri from 2 January 1996 to 5 October 1999.

List of Ministers[edit]

Ministry Minister Notes Term in office
Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzuri 11 January 1996
Agriculture and Land Reclamation Minister Yousef Wali 1982
Ministry of Defense and Military Production Mohammed Hussein Tantawi 1991
Foreign Minister Amr Musa 1991
Interior Minister Habib al-Adli 1997
Information Minister Safwat El-Sherif (also of Television Stations) 1982
Higher Education Minister and Minister of State for Scientific Research Moufed Mahmoud Shehab 1997
Justice Minister Farouk Seif Al Nasr 1990
Ministry of Awqaf Mahmoud Zakzouk July 1997
Culture Minister Farouk Hosny 1987
Tourism Minister Mohammed Mamdouh El-Beltagui October 1993
Minister for the Shura Council Kamal Mohammed El-Shazli October 1993
Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Mohammed Ibrahim Suleiman October 1993
Manpower and Emigration Minister Ahmad Ahmad El-Amawy 1993
Minister of State for Administrative Development Mohamed Zaki Abu Amer (* Märch 1946) 1993
Health and Population Minister Ismail Awad-Allah Sallam
Ismail Awadallah Sallam (* 21. July 1941 in Monoufeya Governorate)
1996
Public Works and Water Resources Minister Mahmoud Abu Zeid July 1997
Minister of State for Environment Nadia Makram Ebeid
Nadia Makran Ebeid
1997
Education Minister Hussein Kamel Bahaeddin 1992
Minister of Economy and 1997 Minister for Economics and Foreign Trade Youssef Boutros Ghali 1993
Ministry for Operations of the Egyptian Armed Forces Mohammed Hussein Tantawi 1991
Ministry for Economics and Economic Cooperation Nawal al-Tahtawi erstmals eine Frau in diesem Ressort in einem arabischen Staat 11 January 1996
Finance Ministry Mohie El Din El Ghareeb en[1] 1990
Ministry for Electricity and Energy Mohamed Maher Abaza 1984
Ministryof Petroleum and Mineral Resources Hamdi Al Banbi
Ministry for Public Enterprise Atif Abaid
Ministry for Planning and International Cooperation (Mohammed Zaki Abu Amer), Zafer El-Bishri
Minister of Business for the Egyptian Armed Forces Mohammed Hussein Tantawi; see also Mohamed Ghamrawi 8 July 1997
Minister of Pensions and Social affairs Mervat El-Tellawi 8 July 1997
Ministry of Industry und Natural Resources Suleiman Reda
Ministry of Traffic, Communication and Civil Aviation Suleiman Metwalli 8 July 1997
Minister of Supply and international Commerce Ahmed Gweili
Ahmad Guwaili
8 July 1997
Minister of Land development Mahmoud Sherif 8 July 1997
Minister of Cabinet Affairs Talaat Hammad
Egyptian General Intelligence Service Omar Suleiman 1993
Suez Canal Authority Ahmed Fadel

Quelle:[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mohieddin El-Gharib
    Moheiddin El Gharib (* 1937) Al-Ahram Weekly, 7–13 March 2002, Ministers on trial
  2. ^ Mario von Baratta, Gustav Fochler, Der Fischer Weltalmanach 1997, Hauke - 1996 - 1279 S.