Nazif Cabinet

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Nazif Cabinet
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Date formed 14 July 2004
Date dissolved 31 January 2011
People and organizations
Head of government Ahmed Shafik
Head of state Hosni Mubarak
Member party National Democratic Party
Status in legislature majority
History
Election(s) 2005
Outgoing election 2010
Previous Ebeid Cabinet
Successor Shafik Cabinet

The Nazif Cabinet was led by Ahmed Nazif, who served as prime minister of Egypt from 14 July 2004 to 31 January 2011.

List of ministers[edit]

Ahmed Nazif Cabinet (2004–2011)[1]
Office Incumbent Since
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif 2004
Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Amin Ahmed Mohamed Othman Abaza 2005
Ministry of Civil Aviation Ahmed Shafiq 2004
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) Tarek Kamel 2004
Ministry of Culture Farouk Hosni 1987
Ministry of Defense and Military Production Mohamed Hussein Tantawi 1991
Ministry of Education Ahmed Zaki Badr 2010
Ministry of Electricity and Energy Hassan Younes 2004
Ministry of Finance Youssef Boutros-Ghali 2004
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ahmed Aboul Gheit 2004
Ministry of Trade and Industry Rachid Mohamed Rachid 2004
Ministry of Health and Population Hatem Mostafa El Gabali 2005
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Hani Mahfouz Hilal 2005
Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Ahmed Alaa E-Din Amin El-Maghrabi 2005
Ministry of Information Anas El Fiqqi 2004
Ministry of Social Solidarity Ali Sayed Ali Al Moselhi 2005
Ministry of Interior Habib El Adly 1997
Ministry of Investment Mahmoud Mohieldin 2004
Ministry of International Cooperation Fayza Aboel Naga 2004
Ministry of Justice Mahmoud Marei 2006
Ministry of Manpower and Immigration Aisha Abdel Hadi Abdel Ghani 2005
Ministry of Petroleum Sameh Fahmi 1999
Ministry of Planning and Economic Development Osman Mohamed Osman
Ministry of Local Development Mohamed Abdul Salam Mahgoub 2006
Ministry of Religious Affairs Mahmoud Zakzouk 1996
Ministry of Tourism Mohamed Zohair Garana 2005
Ministry of Transportation Alaa Edin Mohamed Fahmi 2010
Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Nasruddin 2009
Ministry of State for Administrative Development Ahmed Darwish 2004
Ministry of State for Legal and Parliamentary Councils Moufed Mahmoud Shehab 2005
Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs Maged George 2004
Ministry of State for Military Production Sayed Meshaal 1999
Ministry of State for Family and Population Moushira Khattab 2009
Governor - Central Bank of Egypt Farouk Abdel Baky Al Okda 2004
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Maged Abdel Fattah 2005
Minister without portfolio; GIS Chief Omar Suleiman 1993
Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority Ahmed Ali Fadel 1996

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