Revolutionary Council (Zanzibar)

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The Revolutionary Council along with the Zanzibar House of Representatives make up the semi-autonomous Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar. The Council's principal role is to advise the President of Zanzibar, who is the Head of government.

The Council is made up of the following members.[1]

Cabinet[edit]

President Shein appointed the cabinet ministers on 16 November 2010.

Party key Chama Cha Mapinduzi
Civic United Front
Zanzibar Government of National Unity[2]
Portfolio Incumbent Term began
President of Zanzibar H.E. Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein 3 November 2010
1st Vice President of Zanzibar H.E. Seif Sharif Hamad
2nd Vice President of Zanzibar H.E. Seif Ali Iddi

Ministers of State in the President's Office

  • Minister
  • Finance, Economic Affairs and Development Planning
  • Public Services and Good Governance

Hon. Dr. Mwinyihaji Makame
Hon. Omar Yussuf Mzee
Hon. Haji Omar Kheri
16 November 2010
Minister of State in the Office of the 1st Vice-President Hon. Fatma Abdulhabib Fereji 16 November 2010
Minister of State in the Office of the 2nd Vice-President Hon. Mohamed Aboud Mohamed 16 November 2010
Minister for Constitutional Affairs and Justice Hon. Aboubakar Khamis Bakary 16 November 2010
Minister for Infrastructure and Communication Hon. Hamad Masoud Hamad 16 November 2010
Minister for Education and Professional Training Hon. Ramadhani Abdulla Shaaban 16 November 2010
Minister for Health Hon. Juma Duni Haji 16 November 2010
Minister for Social Welfare, Women and Children Development) Hon. Zainab Omar Mohamed 16 November 2010
Minister for Information, Culture, Tourism and Sports Hon. Abdilahi Jihad Hassan 16 November 2010
Minister for Lands, Housing, Water and Energy Hon. Ali Juma Shamhuna 16 November 2010
Minister for Agriculture and Natural Resources Hon. Mansoor Yussuf Himid 16 November 2010
Minister for Trade, Indutries, and Marketing Hon. Nassor Ahmed Mazrui 16 November 2010
Minister for Livestock and Fishing Hon. Said Ali Mbarouk 16 November 2010
Minister for Labour, Peoples Economic Empowerment and Cooperatives Hon. Haroun Ali Suleiman 16 November 2010
Minister without portfolio Hon. Suleiman Othman Nyanga 16 November 2010
Minister without portfolio Hon. Haji Faki Shaali 16 November 2010
Minister without portfolio Hon. Machano Othman Said 16 November 2010

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