Jomaa Cabinet

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Mehdi Jomaa Cabinet
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Incumbent
2013 Planete PME CGPME Mehdi Jomaâ.JPG
Date formed 28 January 2014
People and organizations
Head of government Mehdi Jomaa
Head of state Moncef Marzouki
Member party Independent
Supported by:
Ennahda
History
Previous Laarayedh Cabinet

The cabinet of Tunisian Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa was approved on 29 January 2014.[1] The cabinet consists of 21 ministries and 7 secretaries of state.[2]

Office Name Party
Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa Independent
Minister of Defence Ghazi Jeribi[3]
Minister of Justice Hafedh Ben Sala[4]
Minister of Interior Lotfi Ben Jeddou[3] Ennahda
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi[3] Independent[5]
Minister of Economy and Finance Hakim Ben Hammouda[3]
Minister of Tourism Amel Karboul[6]
Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Kamel Bennaceur[6]
Minister of Agriculture Lassaad Lachaal[6]
Minister of Trade and Handicrafts Najla Harrouche[6]
Minister of Social Affairs Ahmed Ammar Yanbai[6]
Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and ICT Taoufik Jelassi[6]
Minister of Education Fathi Jarray[6]
Minister of Health Mohamed Salah Ben Ammar[6]
Minister of Transport Chiheb Ben Ahmed[6]
Minister of Equipment, Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Hedi Larbi[6]
Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Hafedh Laamouri[6]
Minister of Religious Affairs Mounir Tlili[6]
Minister of Youth, Sports, Women and Family Saber Bouatay[6]
Minister of Culture Mourad Sakli[6]
Minister to the Prime Minister, in charge of Co-ordination and Monitoring of Economic Affairs Nidhal Ouerfelli[6]
Minister delegate to the Minister of Interior in charge of Security Ridha Sfar[6]
Secretary of State to the Prime Minister, in charge of Governance and Public Service Anouar Ben Khlifa[6]
Secretary of State for Regional and Local Affairs Abderrazek Ben Khlifa[6]
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Fayçal Gouiaa[6]
Secretary of State in charge of Women and Family Neila Chaabane Hammouda[6]
Secretary of State for Development and International Co-operation Noureddine Zekri[6]
Secretary of State for State Domains Mohamed Karim Jamoussi[6]
Secretary of State for Sustainable Development Mounir Mejdoub[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tunisia’s new government of independents sworn in". AFP. 29 January 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 
  2. ^ "Jomaa hopes his cabinet "will be the last acting government after the Revolution"". Tunisian News Agency. 27 January 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d "Membership of New Tunisian Government Announced". Tunisia Live. 26 January 2014. Retrieved 28 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "Tunisia parliament approves new cabinet line-up". AFP. 28 January 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2014. 
  5. ^ "New Tunisian Foreign Minister Makes Debut at AU Summit". Tunisia Live. 1 February 2014. Retrieved 1 February 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w "PM-designate Mehdi Jomaa announces cabinet line-up". Tunisian News Agency. 26 January 2014. Retrieved 30 January 2014.